Using NAP VPN....and VLANs RRS feed

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  • Hello,

    I have been tasked with using NAP VPN enforcement, then place the healthy remote clients on spefic VLANs, according to their user groups.

    I have tried all sorts of configuration, trunked the Internal NIC of the VPN server, created all sorts of Connection and Network policies, but I still didn't manage to give the client an IP from the VLAN it should have gone to.

    After 2 days frustration I still didnt manage to make it work, but I still can't believe this is not supported, I don't think that my company is the only one having this basic need. Has anyone tried his luck with this before, or at least can provide me with a useful link (which i didn't find) or an alternative method for doing this, preferably using Microsoft NAP.



    Friday, March 11, 2011 7:28 PM

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  • Hi Roderick,


    Thanks for posting here.


    Could you discuss that what do you want achieve with this configuration in detail?


    Identifying Your NAP Deployment Goals



    If you want to split remote computers to different subnets base on domain account, you may consider assigning specific static address and route entries on account dial-in properties.




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    Monday, March 14, 2011 6:35 AM