I'm no RADIUS expert. But my understanding is that RADIUS can use Active Directory as a 'realm' to authenticate.
This got me thinking - We have 3 separate clients in one building, and we manage the infrastructure. It would be sweet if we could have one entrance point back into the network for VPN access to all domains.
Two of our clients use windows 2003, setting up a trust between those two domains is no problem - but of course, SBS is a *@"#~ when it comes to working with other domains.
Then I thought of RADIUS. If I set up each domain as a 'realm' then I can change PPTP to be authenticated against a local RADIUS server, (which I am yet to build!), which also introduces the possibility of using it for our internal wifi spots too.
Am I chasing a red herring here, or can RADIUS make a difference for me?
Thank you for your time.