We spoke with Cisco who, of course, pointed fingers at Microsoft. We were able to remove some of the security settings and now all my Windows 8 machines can connect to our school's network. I'm not sure what settings were removed, but I will ask our network admin tomorrow for more details.
I've also seen this on a few machines and it is happening with WPA security and if the wireless is unsecured. I think it may be a driver issue, I'm just not 100% positive as of yet. Any help is appreciated.
If you want to print from any device look at a program called PaperCut. Another option would be to run Chrome on a computer that is connected to the computer and use Google's Cloud Print. Simple to use and free.
I have deployed Win8 Pro and Enterprise to nearly a dozen devices in our school and touch has worked on all of them. None have 10 point input. All are Lenovo machines including x220 and x230 tablets with two point input, an x61 tablet with single input, and M-series desktops with two point...