Yes, as Manjunath said, you can do this by creating user accounts in the
SAM user accounts database on the Windows Server 2003 IAS server.
You can also use IAS with other LDAP compliant third party user account
databases, and you can use IAS to proxy access requests to other RADIUS
servers if needed.
So in your scenario just do the following:
1. Create user accounts on the Windows Server 2003 computer
2. Install IAS on the Windows Server 2003 computer.
3. Configure the D-link 900AP as a RADIUS client in IAS, and configure the
AP to use the RADIUS protocol, to use the IAS server as the authenticating
server, and enter the same shared secret on the AP and on the IAS server
4. Configure a remote access policy in IAS that allows wireless connections
for users in the local SAM database. Also configure an authentication
method on the IAS server that is supported on the client computer. (For
more info see "Authentication Methods" in IAS Help.)
5. Use the wireless client to connect to the AP with a user account name
and password that you created on the IAS server.
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