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Remote Access Always-On VPN Deployment

Following sections will be used to deploy Always On VPN connections for remote Windows 10 client computers that are joined to your domain. 1. Configure the Always On VPN Server Infrastructure You can use this topic to complete the following steps. On a server configured with Active Directory Domain Services: Enable certificate autoenrollment in Group …

Remote Access Always-On VPN Deployment Overview

This blog series is used to deploy Always On Virtual Private Network (VPN) connections for remote computers that are running Windows 10. For this deployment, a pair of new Remote Access server that is running Windows Server 2016 is configured, as well as modified some of your existing infrastructure for the deployment. The following illustration …

Always On VPN Technology Overviews

When performing the steps in this blog series, following technologies will be installed and configured in Windows Server 2016. Following are brief overviews of these technologies and links to additional documentation. 1    Remote Access In Windows Server 2016, the Remote Access server role is a multifaceted gateway and router that provides centralized administration, configuration, and …

Always On VPN – Design

Below workflow diagram that will be used to follow to implement this solution – Detailed workflow for deploying Always-On VPN connections for remote domain-joined Windows 10 client computers. Planning And Design This blog series assume that you have following already in place: Windows Server 2016 Domain Controller Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and Active Directory Certificate …

Always On VPN using Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 Clients

This blog series started after the struggle with implementing Always On Virtual Private Network (VPN) connections for remote employees by using Remote Access in Windows Server 2016 and Always On VPN profiles for Windows 10 client computers. Although Microsoft have provided lot of documentation but it is never easier to find all the requirements in …

ADFS – Migrate Relying party Trusts to New Server

Overview I just came across the requirement to migrate a relying party trusts (RPT) from existing ADFS Server to New ADFS Server. I did not wanted to do it manually as there are many of them. I searched and quickly found an article with great script from Sarah Duncan – https://blog.keyfactor.com/migrating-relying-party-trusts I then modified the script to …

System Center – Orchestrator

Currently in my work role, it’s more about automation. We have been using monitoring tools, but they can only do much. So I started looking for tools like Microsoft Orchestator, where it can do more than just alerting on the event. “A complete Orchestrator installation includes a management server, one or more runbook servers, a …

Preparing for Azure AD Connect – Fix Active Directory objects with idFix

Preparing for Azure AD Connect – Fix Active Directory objects with idFix I have been working on various projects, where by getting so much to learn. Currently the project I am working on is Azure AD integration. Due to the limitation of what can be synced to AD in cloud, only way synchronization is allowed. …

SCCM Documentation – Summary of Distribution Points

Next Step is to get Summary of Distribution points and some of there are important details. Some of the important details when configuring Distribution points are: Branch Cache PXE Multicast Content Validation Allow Failback Source So When scripting this, First to get list of All distribution points and then gather hardware and some software configurations …

SCCM Documentation – Summary of Management Points for Site

To Get All Management points for SCCM site in a multi site oriented scenario is as per follows: cls $CMSites = Get-CMSite ForEach($CMSite in $CMSites) { $CMManagementPoints = Get-CMManagementPoint -SiteCode $CMSite.SiteCode Write-Output “Summary of Management Points for Site $($CMSite.SiteCode)”  ForEach($CMManagementPoint in $CMManagementPoints) { $CMMPServerName = $CMManagementPoint.NetworkOSPath.Split(‘\\’)[2] Write-Output “$($CMMPServerName)” } } You will get the list …