5.6.6 NAP Configuration Facts.pdf

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In addition to these basic steps on the client and the NAP server, you will need to take additional steps on the enforcement point or the NPS server, based on the enforcement type you are using. Enforcement Point Configuration Steps DHCP To configure the DHCP server for NAP: 1. Enable Network Access Protection on the scope. 2. Configure scope options to deliver limited network configuration parameters. These are the resources that limited access clients will use. Configure Advanced options with the Default Network Access Protection Class user class. VPN To configure the VPN server for NAP, first verify that the VPN server is configured to use Protected EAP for security and that the certificates required for EAP have been created. Then configure the NAP server settings as follows: When configuring the Network Policy for non-compliant computers, you can define IP filters as a setting to limit resource access for non-compliant computers. After defining the Network Policies, create a Connection Request Policy. Enable PEAP authentication, and make sure that the Enable Quarantine checks option is enabled. 802.1x Use 802.1x as an enforcement point for both wireless and wired clients. When configuring 802.1x:
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6/13/2018 TestOut LabSim 2/2 Configure the enforcement point as a RADIUS client to the NAP server. On an 802.1x switch, define VLANs to create compliant and non-compliant networks. Client computers are assigned to the appropriate VLAN based on health compliance. In the Network Policies on the NAP server, identify the VLAN that corresponds to the compliant and non-compliant networks.
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  • Spring '14
  • RhondaM.West
  • Web server, Secure Network

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