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The notifier component sends a message that indicates a successful execu tion of the script to the quarantine-compatible remote access server. You can use your own notifier component, or you can use Rqc.exe, which is pro vided with the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit. If you use Rqc.exe, run it from the script with the correct parameters, including the script version.
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To deploy a PPTP-based remote access solution, perform the following steps:
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Connect your VPN server on the Internet. Deploy your AAA infrastructure (including RADIUS servers).
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To deploy an L2TP/IPSec-based remote access solution, the steps are:
Create a certificate infrastructure to issue computer certificates to VPN client
computers and your VPN servers.
Connect your VPN server on the Internet. Deploy your AAA infrastructure (including RADIUS servers). Modify your intranet infrastructure to accommodate routing and quarantine. Deploy your VPN clients.
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Using Connection Manager for Quarantine Control and Certificate Provisioning
One of the most serious issues for information technology (IT) administrators using virtual private networks (VPNs) is determining whether the client computer that is being granted access to the corporate network is safe. After all, the user is somewhere out on the Internet, often with her own home-based computer, and there is no way to be sure that her computer has a firewall enabled and virus pro tection installed, administrative lockdown controls in place, split-tunneling enabled, and so forth. How does an IT administrator make sure that connection computers conform to the corporate standards of security prior to allowing it to access the network Also, how does the IT administrator make the connection and the security that goes with it easy for their employees to activate on their home computers IT administrators who design and implement remote access solutions often face two problems: 1. How does an administrator enforce network access requirements on remote computers The administrator doesn t have control over what happens on any remote computer when it is not on the organization s network, and therefore, the administrator is exposing their organization s network to potentially dangerous situations. 2. How does an administrator deploy a practical implementation of Layer Two Tunneling Protocol with Internet Protocol Security (L2TP/IPSec) remote access VPN without making it difficult for the user This is a problem because setting up a remote access connection is not exactly intuitive, as we saw in the previous chapter.
PART II
VPN Deployment
Deployment and Quarantine Control Using Connection Manager
By using the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 family and the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools, network administrators can solve the security control issues by using Network Access Quarantine Control and the deployment issues of L2TP/IPSec by using certificate provisioning services both of which can be fully implemented using Connection Manager. The focus of this chapter is to step you through an advanced setup of Connection Manager with quarantine and certificate provisioning options. Note In many cases, you might not want to implement these advanced fea tures but would still like to configure VPN clients with basic Connection Manager profiles. If you are not interested in quarantine controls or certificate provision ing, go to Appendix E, Setting Up Connection Manager in a Test Lab, for basic Connection Manager Administration Kit setup instructions.
Creating L2TP/IPSec Connections with Connection Manager
L2TP/IPSec connections require computer certificates to be installed on both the VPN client and VPN server computers. However, many users do not have their home computers joined to a domain, so these computers cannot be issued certifi cates through the auto-enrollment feature of Windows Server 2003 or Microsoft Windows XP. To address this issue, network administrators can use certificate provisioning to install certificates on remote computers that are not joined to a domain. By using Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools and the advanced customization features of Connection Manager, network administrators can create connections that automatically install certificates on remote computers the first time that the users are authenticated and the client computers connect to the network. The focus of this chapter, however, is not the setup of certificate services. For an overview of certificate deployment, see Appendix C, Deploying a Certificate Infrastructure.
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