Exercise 8 - Configuring VPN Protocols

Exercise 8 - Configuring VPN Protocols - You are the...

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You are the network administrator for TreyResearch.net. You need to deploy VPN to support legacy remote users and non-domain-joined remote clients, including includes both Windows and non-Windows devices. You also have users running Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 who need to use VPN as a fallback for their DirectAccess connection. 1. What protocols provide the widest range of support for different operating systems and devices? Do you really need or want all four available protocols? Because all three servers are on the same subnet, netmask ordering will treat them as equivalent. Therefore, by using round robin load balancing, users connect to “rdsh”. The first user gets connected to rdsh1, the second to rdsh2, and the third to rdsh3. The fourth gets connected to rdsh1, and so on. If the Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway) is
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  • Fall '16
  • IP address, Subnetwork, non-domain-joined remote clients, legacy remote users

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