LucidLink allows a small office to have turnkey high-grade WLAN security: Using an interesting set of techniques to allow account creation, key confirmation, and simple installation, LucidLink brings the benefits of 802.1X and WPA authentication and encryption to small businesses that don't have or want the expense of a RADIUS server and separate client-side support.
This latest version expands the maximum number of users from 50 to 250 for a single installation--the server's lightweight footprint lets it run on, say, an executive assistant's PC--and adds Windows 2000 as a supported platform. Entry-level pricing is $449 for 10 simultaneous clients (not simply accounts).
They've also added a $99 home user version that supports three simultaneous users. This is a terrific idea for the security-conscious home user with an all-Windows XP and 2000 environment. (Thanks to Robert Moskowitz for pointing out this omission in my initial report.)
For more information on the software, see this interview I conducted with the company back in mid-July 2004.