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Upgrade Network to 802.1x compliancy

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I am a IT newbie and am looking for advice and web resources that will assist me in the following project: updating a current network to be 802.1x compliant, including peeling back VMPS that is currently in place.  Existing Hardware includes: Cisco 3500 and Cisco Catalyst 6500.
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