Authenticating WI-FI Users using RADIUS server

If you have many WI-FI Access Points at your organization you will find it very painful to harden the security of your environment, like changing the shared key regularely or adding MAC filtering to your access points, this will be a bit practical if you have just tens of users, but what if you have hundreds of users, it will be inpossible to enroll the MAC addresses of all of their wireless devices, so the easiest way is to make the authentication centralized by creating a RADIUS server which depends on Active Directory authentication, two authentication methods will be available for you, computer authentication, and user authentication, so the laptop can join a wireless network without the need of entering any passwords, it will be authenticated using the computer object as long as it’s a domain member, please watch the following video for more information on how to create RADIUS server:








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