Authenticating wireless access points \ RADIUS through Azure AD
I would like to see Authenticating wireless access points \ RADIUS servers through Azure AD , not having to store user accounts in local active directory
Peter Selch Dahl commented
It got be great, if we could get this feature in Azure AD
Fredrik Carenborn commented
Would be great to use local radius with Azure AD. With simple LDAP query to begin with. Also other third party systems often use LDAP.
Rafael Reyes commented
Because this is not included in Azure AD I will either have to invest in hardware to have local AD, Radius server or spend money on a third party service. Money I would gladly spend on a Azure AD, Office 365 license that would enable this functionality in my existing infrastructure.
This would be an awesome feature! pleas implement it! :-D
Please also consider not only to implement the authentication, but dynamic vlan assignment as well :-)
So...right now is impossible to user Azure AD to authenticate wireless users via 802.1x??
Ingram Leedy commented
Tom A commented
I'd love to see this too. In some of our sites we are only maintaining an Active Directory infrastructure in order to provide radius. It would be great to be able to pull down this setup and have it all online!
Raymond Teo commented
I would like to see this too, since radius is also one of the highly used "legacy" authentication like LDAP. There are workarounds to deploy additional VM to run the NPS services for radius. However, it will be neater to provide it as part of the AADDS, just like how LDAP/LDAPS is being supported currently.
RADIUS would allow me to authenticate to Azure virtual appliances like Kemp load balancers using Azure AD accounts too..
Jake S. commented
I would love to see this. I don't want to have to create a FreeRadius on prem server when I am using azure ad basic or premium. I want to encourage SSO with the small business I consult and to allow them WIndows 10 pro authentication, Office 365 Authentication, and Wireless Network Authentication all via the exact same username and password with everything being manged by O365 for username and password changes.
Jens Lorenz commented
I agree. There should be some kind of RADIUS or NPS like function to authenticate directly with AAD (maybe part of the Azure Domain Services?)
That way there would be the chance of having cloud born environments where only the necessary WLAN/network infrastructure needs to be on-prem. Also for small locations that use only cloud services.