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Sunday, May 26, 2013

NAP WITH DHCP (Windows server 2008 R2)

Network Access Protection

NAP is service & protocol that secure the services with the help of conflicts & other resources like group policy. It can secure DHCP, VPN, IP security & IEEE services.
It is also known as a new feature or technology which is only available in win7 & server 2008. NAP included client and server component that allows you to create & enforces health requirement policy that define the required software and system configuration for computer.
It can also provide ongoing health complaints enforcement while a client computer is connected to our network.

How to Configure NAP :

Step 1:
Start > Admin tools > server manager > add roles > select network policy & access services > network policy server > install and close.

Step 2:
Start > admin tools > network policy server > configure NAP > select DHCP drop down list > select dhcp scope > select machine groups > click on add > advanced find now >
Select group > ok > click new group > enter the name > add > enter friendly name > server IP address > click on resolve > Next > Finish.

Step 3:
Start > Admin Tools > DHCP > expand server name > IPv4 > right click > properties > network access protection tab > select enable on all scopes > yes > select restricted access > Apply >ok

Step 4:
Start > run > gpmc.msc > ok expand domain > name > right click default domain policy > click edit > expand computer configuration > expand policies > expand administrative templates > expand windows component > expand security centre > double click on domain pc > select enable > apply > ok

Step 5:
Select security settings > select nap > select nap client configuration > select enforcement configuration > double click > ok > DHCP quarantine client > Select enable apply > ok > apply ok > close

Step 6:

Go to start > run > gpupdate /force to implement immediately.

A Step by step guidance for MCITP Students. See Video Tutorial : 

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