Windows 10 1803 removing IPv4/6 Transition Technologies like ISATAP? What will this do to DirectAccess clients? RRS feed

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  • Hello,

    We have a single DirectAccess site deployed using IP-HTTPS only.

    Internally we do not have native IPv6 support, so we have leveraged the RRAS/DA server to also be our ISATAP router using group policy we can make sure our technician computers get the ISATAP settings so that they can manage-out the direct access clients that are on the road.

    This essentially allows us to access/ping remote clients even if we don't have IPv6 internally.

    Essentially we followed Richard Hicks guides on this.

    If the technician computers are upgraded to Windows 10 1803 - will that mean that ISATAP is no more? Meaning if we don't have native IPv6 internally - we won't be able to manage-out those clients that are remote on DA?

    Thursday, May 10, 2018 5:06 PM

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