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NAQ and ISA 2004 - 29.Mar.2004 8:22:00 PM   
RandyM

 

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The Network Access Quarantine Control in Windows Server 2003 is a great tool. I noticed that ISA 2004 has a quarantined network already enabled. I haven't dug into it yet but I was wondering if you have any information on implementing NAQ with ISA 2004?
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RE: NAQ and ISA 2004 - 30.Mar.2004 10:18:00 AM   
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Hi Randy,

Have you checked out the solutions docs over at http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/a/e/5ae686f4-c4a6-4213-bc50-abc46b0714dc/solutiondocs.exe

I'd like to know what you think of the instructions for getting the VPN-Q feature to work. (I didn't write it, so you can be honest [Smile] )

Thanks!
Tom

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RE: NAQ and ISA 2004 - 30.Mar.2004 8:18:00 PM   
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It actually covers the subject very well, though it's slanted toward ISA and away from Radius. That's not a problem since using ISA 2004 allows it to work on a 2000 server while NAQ natively requires 2003.

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RE: NAQ and ISA 2004 - 31.Mar.2004 10:34:00 AM   
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Hi Randy,

I was wondering if you were able to implement the VPN-Q feature using just the information contained in the doc. Using both ISA and non-ISA policy.

Thanks!
Tom

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RE: NAQ and ISA 2004 - 31.Mar.2004 7:36:00 PM   
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The non-ISA route is virtually identical to the existing path using a radius server. I haven't done the ISA route yet. I'll probably do it in a lab this weekend. ISA 2004 is a god send for those of us that are Microsoft shops.

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RE: NAQ and ISA 2004 - 1.Apr.2004 6:10:00 AM   
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Hi Randy,

Great! I'll be testing the ISA route in the lab all day tomorrow. Will let you know how it goes.

Thanks!
Tom

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