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Windows server 2008 R2 ( Radius installation for Cisco Devices )

Well you can find it anywhere. But any how I just want to share it… How to installat fast and easy a radius server for a Cisco IOS/ASA device ( I hope you know how to configure it on the Router or ASA )
First add a new role to your system. ( You can do this via the Add Roles Wizzard. )

Select Network Policy and Access Services. > Click on Next

Next you have to select the Network Policy Server > Click on Next

Look if the setup is correct and click on Install.

When the installation is finished. The result should be Succeeded. Click on Close.

Check in the Active Directory with the users that the Dial-In settings are set on Control access through NPS network Policy.

Create a new group called for exampe VPN Users. And add the users who are allowed to use the VPN

Go to the NPS settings and register the server in the Active Directory.

Go to Policies > Network Policies > right click > new

Name the Policy for example VPN and click on Next.

Add a condition to the new Policy.

Select Windows Groups and click on add.

Click on OK

Click on Next to continue

Click on Next to continue.

Select Encrypted Authentication (CHAP) and Unencrypted authentication (PAP,SPAP) and click on Next.

Click on No ( unless you want to read this help topic )

Leave the settings to default and click on Next.

Leave the settings to default.

Click on Finish

Configuration for a router you can find in an earlier post: click here

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5 responses to “Windows server 2008 R2 ( Radius installation for Cisco Devices )

  1. Pingback: Radius Configuration On Router and Server « Glazenbakje's Weblog

  2. Ronald Eyit 13 August 2012 at 11:22

    Thank you very much for this educative posts :)

  3. Miguel Angel 5 May 2013 at 13:06

    Hi ! Is it that all I have to configure in the Win2k8 Server to get authentication with RADIUS in, for example Cisco ASA ?

    thanks in advance

    • Fred 5 May 2013 at 18:42

      Yeah the windows radius setup for an ASA is the same. The configuration on the Cisco ASA is only different than on a Cisco IOS router.
      So if you follow the article radius should work in the end.

  4. Miguel Angel 8 May 2013 at 12:36

    Thank you very much Fred!!

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