Create a NAP DHCP Enforcement Policy using Group Policy Filtering - Part 2

In the first part of this series on how to configure a DHCP NAP enforcement policy we went through some of the basics of how NAP works, and then installed the DHCP and NPS services on the NAP policy server. In this, part two of the series, we’ll look at how to use the NAP […]

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In the first part of this series on how to configure a DHCP NAP enforcement policy we went through some of the basics of how NAP works, and then installed the DHCP and NPS services on the NAP policy server. In this, part two of the series, we’ll look at how to use the NAP policy wizard to automatically create the Network, Health and Connection policies that will be used to control access to the network.

Use the NAP Wizard to Create a NAP DHCP Enforcement Policy: Now we can begin the fun part – creating the NAP DHCP Enforcement Policy. After we run the wizard, the wizard will create the following policies:

Health Policies
Connection Request Policies
Network Policies
Remediation Server Group policies

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