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Step by Step : Network Access Protection (NAP) Deployment in Windows Server 2012 R2 – Part 5 of 7 (Configure VPN Access)

July 26, 2014

This is my Part 5 of 7 of NAP deployment, which is how to Configure VPN Access for NAP deployment…

This is a very straight forward step which just to allow VPN access using RRAS…

1 – On the OSI-NPS Server, open Server Manager, click Tools then click Routing and Remote Access

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2 – In the Routing and Remote Access console, right-click NPS (local), and then click Disable Routing and Remote Access

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3 – In the Disable Routing and Remote Access box, click Yes

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4 – In the Routing and Remote Access console, right-click NPS (local), and then click Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access

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5 – Click Next…

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6 – make sure that you click Remote access (dial-up or VPN) button, and then click Next…

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7 – On the Remote Access interface, select the VPN check box, and then click Next…

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8 – On the VPN Connection interface, click the network interface named Ethernet 3 (depend on what your Network connection name that connected to VPN).

** make sure you clear the Enable security on the selected interface by setting up static packet filters check box, and then click Next…

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9 – On the IP Address Assignment interface, click From a specified range of addresses, and then click Next…

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10 – On the Address Range Assignment page, click New…

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11 – On the New IPv4 Address Range interface, next to Start IP address box, type 172.16.0.200 and next to End IP address type 172.16.0.219, and then click OK…

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12 – Verify that 20 IP addresses were assigned for remote clients, and then click Next…

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13 – On the Managing Multiple Remote Access Servers interface, make sure you click No, use Routing and Remote Access to authenticate connection requests button, and then click Next…

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14 – then click Finish…

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15 – Click OK 3 times, and then wait for the Routing and Remote Access Service to start…

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16 – lastly in the Network Policy Server console, click Connection Request Policies, and, in the results pane, right click Microsoft Routing and Remote Access Service Policy and then click Disabled

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We done for now, in my next blog post, i will blog Part 6 which is to configure Windows 8 to Support NAP

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