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8th May 2012, 04:33 PM #1
RADIUS role, OK with DHCP?
Just testing our new Ruckus kit and looking to set up a laptop wi-fi GPO... soon realised Microsoft don't want you to use WPA2-PSK
Don't like the idea of having the keys stored in logon scripts so it's looking like RADIUS. I prefer not to put it on a DC and luckily enough have a fresh 2008 R2 VM I'd created to migrate DHCP onto so thinking of using that.
Was going to put the following roles on it...
- Certificate Authority
Any particular gotchas about putting these on the same VM?
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10th May 2012, 02:26 PM #2
We're doing what you're looking to do with the exception that our wireless hardware is all Cisco and the above services are running on domain controllers. DHCP, Radius, CA, and DNS are all running on a DC inside of a VM. We haven't had any issues with them all coexisting on the same box and even have the second DC running the same services for redundancy. Defining the wireless network in GPO has even saved us a heck of a lot of time when imaging student netbooks in mass. I hope this helps...
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