You install IAS through the Add/Remove Programs applet in the Control Panel. Select Add/ Remove Programs O Add/Remove Windows Components. Open the Networking Services item and select Internet Authentication Service, and then click OK O Next. Windows Server 2003 installs the IAS service without further prompting.
Note The IAS service does not have to be installed on the same server as RRAS. In fact, the IAS server could be located not only on a different server, but also in a different subnet. You specify the IP address or FQDN of the IAS server when you configure the RRAS server to enable RRAS to locate it.
Windows Server 2003 installs the Internet Authentication Service console to enable you to manage and configure IAS. Choose Start O All Programs O Administrative Tools O Internet Authentication Service to start the IAS console. The following sections explain how to use the IAS console to configure and work with IAS.
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