Securing wireless LANs with PEAP and passwords

Tuesday, 13 April 2004, 1:47 AM EST

Securing Wireless LANs with PEAP and Passwords is the second security solution guide for WLANs from Microsoft. The solution is designed to guide you though the complete life cycle of planning, deploying, testing, and managing a wireless security solution. It uses a flexible architecture that is adaptable for organizations ranging in size from less than 50 users to those with several thousand users.

The solution is based on the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) 802.1X authentication protocol, and was built and tested using Microsoft Windows XP clients, Microsoft Pocket PC 2003 clients, and computers running Microsoft Windows Server 2003.

By Ian Hellen at Microsoft.

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