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setting up radius with IAS outside AD, possible?

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i am trying to authenticate a siemens wireless client through a siemens access point using IAS on a windows 2003 with sp2.

i need to authenticate the clients with 802.1x but the problem i have is setting up radius with IAS.
i have set this up with freeradius, but i can not get a lynux box in to our server farm (dont ask), so i have been forced to set this up with windows, but the problem i have is our CA is set up as a standalone root and not in AD. all the how to's like the one below only tell me how to set it up in AD. and when i set it up outside of AD i can get a signed certificate to the used by the radius server.
http://www.windowsnetworking.com/kbase/WindowsTips/Windows2000/AdminTips/Security/SettingupWindows2000Radiustoauthenticatewireless802.1xclients.html


i have found this, which looks like it will do the job, but it would be better if we could set this up with win 2003
http://xperiencetech.com/server/radius.asp
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how about using a virtualized linux box on a windows machine ?


I hope this helps !
 
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humm never thought of that!

ill pass it by the managers and see where i get with it
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