Learn How to authenticate WiFi users using Microsoft Active Directory and Network Policy Server.

When you install a WiFi network in your home or business you need to ensure that you configure a secure authentication method so as to prevent unauthorized access to your network.

Microsoft Active Directory is a powerful tool for businesses to ensure their data and systems are secure. It is an identity-based system that helps businesses to control access to their networks and resources. With Active Directory, businesses can create user accounts, set up security policies, and manage access rights. Additionally, it provides features such as single sign-on (SSO) authentication and two-factor authentication that can bolster the security of your business network. By using Microsoft Active Directory, you can ensure that only authorized users have access to your data and resources while keeping malicious actors out of your business systems.

Microsoft Active Directory and Network Policy Server can be used to provide secure authorization and authentication for users on a WiFi network. In this tutorial, I will walk you through the setup process from start to finish.