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Certificate Services for Wireless Radius

Posted on 2012-03-30
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I'm setting up a Wireless CISCO AP and would like to setup a Radius server on my Windows 2008 server. Questions:
1. Is there a way to setup a Radius server without running a CA services on the AD?
2. If not - will implementing of the CA services on my domain change or disrupt my non-wireless desktops/laptops/RAS users?

Environment: Windows 2008 DC, Windows desktops/laptops, Windows RAS VPN, Cisco WAP4410, CISCO ASA

Thanks,
Oleg
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by:RikeR
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Hi Oleg,

You might create a self-signed certificate for this purpose used the selfssl tool provided with the IIS toolkit. Have a look at this document as is provides a step by step procedure. It's for Windows server 2003 / IAS but you'll probably get it.

http://www.techrepublic.com/downloads/techrepublics-ultimate-guide-to-enterprise-wireless-lan-security/277380

Good luck

/steven
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by:olegsl
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Thanks Steven. I'll check it out now. But how about the second part of my q:
 -  will implementing of the CA services on my domain change or disrupt my non-wireless desktops/laptops/RAS users?

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RikeR earned 900 total points
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Hi Oleg,

Afaik You should able to install cert service without interuption. However my suggestion wll prevent you from installing cert serv.

/steven
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