Linksys SRX4000 router

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I just grabbed a Linksys SRX4000 router and the matching PC-Card for my laptop.

Being the security conscious person I am, I set it to WPA2-Personal with AES encryption and a nice, long, random character key, and disable the wireless SSID broadcast.

Only problem is, it will only work with Linksys's program, Windows Wireless Zero Config won't connect to it. Does WWZC even support WPA2? I had the same problem with WWZC & the Netgear Rangemax I had which I just offloaded to some friends of mine.

Also, any good (free) radius servers that will work on Windows Server 2003 out there?
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http://support.microsoft.com/?id=893357

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http://www.postfinder.com/post/24352796.html
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Okay, I feel stupid. I need to take a course on "Better google search terms 101."

And I own my own Google appliance, how sad is that?

I did find however, http://www.microsoft.com/technet/itsolu ... fault.mspx

Which is built into 2003 server... Might be worth a shot. Set up AD and IAS.
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I completely forgot about IAS.

Also, W2K3 has full support of WPA2, so you shouldn't have any issues there.
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Ok stupid question, but what is a radius server
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RADIUS

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