IIS authentication with FREERADIUS !

aacable aacable at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 6 11:23:53 CEST 2011

I have asked several times on MS IIS forums as well as with some Microsoft experts, but no one seems to know about this.

So finally I guess I have to drop this idea of IIS integration with free-radius and move on to some other methods, including using Linux or moving ftp behind MT DMZ.

Thanks for the help :) 


Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2011 02:20:11 -0700
From: ml-node+4556268-1289557026-226664 at n5.nabble.com
To: aacable at hotmail.com
Subject: Re: IIS authentication with FREERADIUS !

	On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 3:56 PM, JAHANZAIB SYED <[hidden email]> wrote:

> The 'client' refuses to use Linux to share there media ftp server because of

> some of there own reasons. They insist to stick on IIS.


> So again I am asking for help , is there any way IIS can get authentication

> from freeradius server. there is a utility called RADIIS which does the job,

> but its expensive (400$) . any other workaround ?

You're missing the point.

This is freeradius list, not microsoft/IIS list.

If IIS can use radius protocol (with any radius server) for

authentication, then you should be able to integrate it with

freeradius. If it uses some custom specific radius attribute, then

maybe we'll be able to help you to add that custom attribute to the


But the problem is you're asking whether IIS supports radius. I don't

know. I don't use IIS. And judging from the (lack of) response you

get, nobody on this list knows (or care) either.

So again, my suggestion is "ask microsoft or IIS list"




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