For wireless AP configuration details, you must review the product documentation that was provided by the manufacturer of your wireless APs.Instructions for how to deploy NPS server certificates There are two alternatives for deploying NPS server certificates.

If you are using computers running Windows Server 2008 as client computers, you can provision 802.1X security and connectivity settings on those computers by using the same Group Policy extension of Windows Vista Wireless Network (IEEE 802.1) Policies as for computers running Windows Vista.

If you are using computers running Windows Server 2003 as client computers, you can provision 802.1X security and connectivity settings on those computers by using the same Group Policy extension of Windows XP Wireless Network (IEEE 802.1) Policies as for computers running Windows XP.

For information about how to install and configure AD DS, Domain Name System (DNS), and DHCP, in addition to information about how to install NPS, see the “Windows Server 2008 Foundation Network Guide,” available in HTML format in the Windows Server 2008 Technical Library:

Link Id=106252, and for download in Word format at the Microsoft Download Center:

The Group Policy settings that you create are contained in a Group Policy object (GPO).

By associating a GPO with selected Active Directory system containers—sites, domains, and OUs—you can apply the GPO's settings to the users and computers in those Active Directory containers.

You use Group Policy to define configurations for groups of users and computers.

With Group Policy, you can specify settings for registry entries, security, software installation, scripts, folder redirection, remote installation services, and Internet Explorer maintenance.

For deployments that use PEAP-MS-CHAP v2, this guide does not provide comprehensive guidance to help you determine which alternative will best meet your needs.