Configurar Dial Up En Windows 7 [EXCLUSIVE]
When NPS performs the authorization of a connection request, it compares the request with each network policy in the ordered list of policies, starting with the first policy, and then moving down the list of configured policies. If NPS finds a policy whose conditions match the connection request, NPS uses the matching policy and the dial-in properties of the user account to perform authorization. If the dial-in properties of the user account are configured to grant access or control access through network policy and the connection request is authorized, NPS applies the settings that are configured in the network policy to the connection.
configurar dial up en windows 7
If you want access permission to be determined by user account dial-in properties in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), you can select the Access is determined by User Dial-in properties check box.
You can use this procedure to create the connection request policies and network policies required to deploy either dial-up servers or virtual private network (VPN) servers as Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) clients to the NPS RADIUS server.
Running the New Dial-up or Virtual Private Network Connections wizard is not the only step required to deploy dial-up or VPN servers as RADIUS clients to the NPS. Both network access methods require that you deploy additional hardware and software components.
Use this procedure to configure an NPS network policy to ignore the dial-in properties of user accounts in Active Directory during the authorization process. User accounts in Active Directory Users and Computers have dial-in properties that NPS evaluates during the authorization process unless the Network Access Permission property of the user account is set to Control access through NPS Network Policy.
When other dial-in properties of user accounts are not applicable to the connection type that is configured in the network policy. For example, properties other than the Network Access Permission setting are applicable only to dial-in or VPN connections, but the network policy you are creating is for wireless or authenticating switch connections.
You can use this procedure to configure NPS to ignore user account dial-in properties. If a connection request matches the network policy where this check box is selected, NPS does not use the dial-in properties of the user account to determine whether the user or computer is authorized to access the network; only the settings in the network policy are used to determine authorization.
In the policy Properties dialog box, on the Overview tab, in Access Permission, select the Ignore user account dial-in properties check box, and then click OK.
In the details pane, in Attributes, the Service-Type attribute is configured with a default value of Framed. By default, for policies with access methods of VPN and dial-up, the Framed-Protocol attribute is configured with a value of PPP. To specify additional connection attributes required for VLANs, click Add. The Add Standard RADIUS Attribute dialog box opens.
In Settings, in RADIUS Attributes, click Standard. In the details pane, click Add. The Add Standard RADIUS Attribute dialog box opens.