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Unformatted text preview: 70-291: MCSE Guide to Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network, EnhancedChapter 11: Internet Authentication ServiceGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced2Objectives•Understand and describe the purpose of the RADIUS protocol•Describe the function of RADIUS servers, clients, and proxies•Configure a RADIUS server using the Internet Authentication Service•Configure a RADIUS proxy using the Internet Authentication ServiceGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced3Objectives (continued)•Configure RRAS as a RADIUS client•Troubleshoot RADIUSGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced4RADIUS Overview•RADIUS: remote authentication dial-in user service•Designed to centralize the authentication process for large distributed networks•Originally intended for dial-up networks•Can be used for VPN servers, switches, and wireless access points•Two mandatory server roles:•RADIUS client•RADIUS serverGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced5RADIUS Overview (continued)•The RADIUS client accepts authentication information from users or devices and forwards the information to a RADIUS server•The RADIUS server accepts authentication information from a RADIUS client•Windows Server 2003 can act as either a RADIUS server or RADIUS clientGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced6RADIUS Overview (continued)•Install IAS to use Windows Server 2003 as a RADIUS Server•RADIUS proxies act as intermediaries between RADIUS clients and RADIUS serversGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced7Radius Overview (continued)Guide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced8Radius Overview (continued)Guide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced9Outsourcing Dial-up Requirements•You can use IAS to outsource dial-up requirements and allow roaming users to continue logging on using Active Directory user name and passwords•A user dials into ISP, ISP forwards request to RADIUS proxy, RADIUS proxy forwards request to RADIUS server, RADIUS server passes information to domain controller for authenticationGuide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced10Outsourcing Dial-up Requirements (continued)Guide to MCSE 70-291, Enhanced...
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