Reply To: OCU ISSO D Week 01 Lesson 04 Discussion

Marcena Davis

RADIUS is a powerful tool for managing user access in networks. The idea of having one point of contact for user management is especially appealing – it seems like it would simplify the process for IT admins and reduce the likelihood of errors or oversights.

However, the cons you listed are definitely worth considering as well. It’s important to weigh the benefits against the potential difficulties and costs of implementation and maintenance.

I’m intrigued by the possibilities of RADIUS and the flexibility it offers for controlling access to network resources. It’s fascinating to think about the different ways it could be used to enhance security and streamline user management.


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