By Kackie Charles Going about setting up a virtual private network (VPN) is a detailed process. This tip, from Windows 2000 Routing and Remote Access Service, by Kackie Charles, published by New Riders, tells how to configure your remote access policies in a Windows 2000 server.
You need to set up appropriate user access permissions or remote access policies, depending on the user administration model you prefer. If you are controlling access by user, set the remote access permissions to allow access on for the users who will need VPN access to the intranet. If you want to administer user access based on remote access policies, you will need to modify existing (or create new) policies. The policies must include these settings: * NAS-Port Type. Set to virtual
* Grant remote access permission. Selected
* Default remote access policy (Called Allow access if dial-in permission is enabled). Must be deleted or moved after the new policy is enabled.
* Encryption. Must be set to No Encryption, Basic (56-bit DES IPSec or 40-bit MPPE) or Strong (56-Bit DES, IPSec or 56-bit MPPE), depending on your security requirements.
Related book Windows 2000 Routing and Remote Access Service
Author : Kackie Charles
Publisher : New Riders
ISBN/CODE : 0735709513
Cover Type : Soft Cover
Pages : 400
Published : May 2000
Windows 2000 Routing and Remote Access Service will show you how to create cost-effective and secure remote access across your network. Author Kackie Charles uses concrete examples to demonstrate how to smoothly integrate Windows 2000 routing with your existing routing infrastructure and connect your network and users while maximizing available bandwidth.