Learn about remote access services in this course which covers private intranets on public extranets, implementing VPNs, using RADIUS, working with an NPS, and configuring DirectAccess.
- [Scott] Hi, my name is Scott Burrell, and I would like to welcome you to this course on the remote access solutions in Windows Server 2016. Over the next five chapters, we're going to take a look at various aspects of protecting a private network, while granting very controlled access through a very public medium, the Internet. We're going to explore such technologies as network address translation, remote access VPNs, and their various supporting protocols. Also, standards-based authentication services.
And we're going to wrap it all up with a Microsoft solution, that makes all of this as transparent as possible to the user. Now, these demonstrations will all be presented as a network solution for my case scenario, Landon Hotels. And this slide represents what we're ultimately hoping to achieve, and I'll refer back to it often. You'll see portions of it evolve as we go through the course. And as you continue through the course, I hope you'll start to form a plan for the remote access solution that will best help you.
- NAT implementation
- Site-to-site and remote access VPNs
- VPN protocols
- Remote Access Gateways
- NPS configuration
- RRAS configuration
- RADIUS proxies and clients
- RADIUS authentication
- RADIUS accounting
- NPS templates
- NPS policies
- Connection request and connection-specific policies
- DirectAccess server requirements and certificates
- DirectAccess installation and configuration