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Always On VPN Configure Windows 10 Client Connections

After setting up the server infrastructure, you must configure the Windows 10 client computers to communicate with that infrastructure with a VPN connection. You can use several technologies to configure Windows 10 VPN clients, including Windows PowerShell, System Center Configuration Manager, and Intune. All three require an XML VPN profile to configure the appropriate VPN …

Always On VPN – Configure the Remote Access Server

You can use this section to install and configure the Remote Access server role on the computer or virtual machine (VM) that you want to use as your VPN server. The steps in this section allow you to complete the following items. On the computer or VM that is planned as the VPN server, and …

Always On VPN – Enroll Certificates

Enroll and validate the user certificate Because you’re using Group Policy to autoenroll user certificates, you need only update the policy, and Windows 10 will automatically enroll the user account for the correct certificate. You can then validate the certificate in the Certificates console. To enroll and validate the user certificate Sign in to a …

Always On VPN – Configure the Server Infrastructure – Create Security Groups

Create the VPN Users, VPN Servers, and NPS Servers Groups With this step, you can add a new Active Directory group that contains the users allowed to use the VPN to connect to your network. This group serves two purposes: It defines which users are allowed to auto-enroll for the user certificates the VPN requires. …

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 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 …