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I've just setup an NPS server (server 2008) and I've added my Cisco 4507 switch as a client. However, I'm not sure what commands are needed to enable radius on the switch and point it to the NPS server and the secret.

Can anyone help me out with the commands I would need to get this going? I have it working on my wireless LAN controller but not the 4500 switch.
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Try:

configure terminal
radius-server host 172.10.0.1 auth-port 1612 key <string>
aaa new-model
aaa group server radius group1
server host 172.10.0.1
exit

The syntax may be different depending on what code version you're running.  Some parameters may be optional if you're not doing anything non-standard (such as port number).
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awesome. Thanks.
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oops...couple of those won't work.

In the switches there are no 'radius' commands, but if you type:

conf t
aaa new-model
aaa group server radius group1
aaa <host IP>
exit

that works. I just can't find where to put the shared secret
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