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Quarantine and connection actions will be covered in the Quarantine Resources section later in this chapter and in more detail in 6, Deploying Remote Access VPNs.
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A network administrator can tailor the appearance and behavior of a connection made with CM by using the Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK). With CMAK, an administrator can develop client dialer and connection software that allows users to connect to the network by using only the connection features the administrator defines for them. CM supports a variety of features that both simplify and enhance implementation of connection support for administrators and users, most of which can be incorporated using the Connection Manager Administration Kit Wizard. CMAK allows you to build profiles customizing the CM installation package you deliver to your customers so that CM reflects the identity of your organization. It allows you to determine which functions and features you want to include and how CM appears to your customers. You can do this by using the Connection Man ager Administration Kit Wizard to build custom service profiles. For more information about CMAK and the configuration of CM service profiles, see 7, Using Connection Manager for Quarantine Control and Certificate Provisioning.
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Connection Point Services (CPS) enables you to automatically distribute and update custom phone books. These phone books contain one or more Point of Presence (POP) entries, with each POP supplying a telephone number that provides dial-up access to an Internet access point. The phone books give users complete POP information, so when they travel they can connect to different Internet access points rather than being restricted to a single POP. Without the ability to update phone books (a task CPS handles automatically), users would have to contact their organization s technical support staff to be informed of changes in POP information and to reconfigure their client dialer software. This is just one example of why CMAK can save on the support costs of a VPN solution. CPS has two components: 1. Phone Book Administrator (PBA) A tool used to create and maintain the phone book database and to publish new phone-book information to the Phone Book Service. 2. Phone Book Service (PBS) A Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) extension that runs on Windows NT Server 4.0 or later (with IIS). Phone Book Service automatically checks subscribers or corporate employees current phone books and, if necessary, downloads a phone-book update. For more information about CPS and the configuration of phone books, see 7.
5
Remote Access VPN Components and Design Points |
Single Sign-On
Single sign-on is the capability that allows a remote access user to create a remote access connection to an organization and log on to the organization s domain by using the same set of credentials. This is a critical function for security administra tors of a large company. By providing single sign-on capabilities, the company keeps the remote access solution and user experience easy to control, and addi tionally, simplifies security operations for the company. By using single sign-on, security access logging and control is consolidated, security auditing is consolidated down to one central system, and users can use strong password methods more eas ily because they have to remember only one password to access all resources they might need. For a domain-based infrastructure, the user name and password or smart card is used for both authenticating and authorizing a remote access connec tion and for authenticating and logging on to a Windows domain. In the case of remote access in particular, single sign-on can be used to simplify logging on and accessing corporate resources. Upon startup of the operating sys tem, a user can choose to use the Dial-Up Networking option on the Windows XP and Windows 2000 logon dialog box and then select a dial-up or VPN connection to use to connect to the organization s network. For VPN connections, the user must first connect to the Internet before creating a VPN connection. After the Internet connection is made, the VPN connection and logon to the domain can be accomplished. The process for doing this is as follows: 1. If the user has a broadband connection, then they will have an always-on scenario for Internet connectivity and will not need a second connection for connecting to the Internet. 2. If the user uses a separate ISP account that requires sign-on credentials to connect to the Internet, you can create a dial-up connection with the ISP credentials already configured. 3. Configure your VPN connection to use the dial-up connection to dial the ISP connection before attempting the VPN connection. In this configuration, the user will never have to type the ISP credentials when log ging on to the domain. This association between the VPN connection and the ISP connection can be configured manually by the user, a process which many users might find confusing if they are not computer savvy, or by using CM to do it all automatically for them.
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