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Certificate based network security

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hi
i want to give my corporate environment a good level of security
to do so i want to make a computer authentication level for which only computer with a certificate(that i will create for that purpose) will be able to log in to corporate network
my question is , is it possible to do it without evolving the switches ? can it only implement by a security policy?
and if it can be done ,how to do it?

my network: server 2008 ,win7, win xp , i have CA installed
thanks
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Here is a page that will walk you though it
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