RADIUS 2016 Server - Wireless Authentication NPS
This RADIUS server uses NPS to perform centralized authentication, authorization, and accounting for wireless, authenticating switches, remote access dial-up or virtual private network (VPN) connections. When you use NPS as a RADIUS server, you configure network access servers, such as wireless access points or VPN servers, as RADIUS clients in NPS. You also configure network policies that NPS uses to authorize connection requests, and you can configure RADIUS accounting so that NPS logs accounting information to log files on the local hard disk or in a Microsoft SQL Server database.
NPS uses an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain or the local Security Accounts Manager (SAM) user accounts database to authenticate user credentials for connection attempts.
RADIUS NPS Features:
RADIUS 2016 Server is deployed as a workgroup VM. You will be able to add to your domain manually if this is a requirement.
Please read the quick configuration steps that you will need to perform after the install for it to work: How to setup RADIUS for Wireless Authentication