Index_C


C

3Com, 54

C++ (high-level language), 106

CA Identifying Information page, 134

CA Type page, 134

cable modems, 252, 257

CAPICOM scripts, 106

CAs (certification authorities). See also certificates

Auto-Enrollment CA feature, 70

certificate allocation, 103, 107

certificate enrollment, 104, 107

certificate enterprise, 104, 107

certificate requests, 105–106

configuring, 134, 152

Connection Manager, 134, 152

deployment, 207

described, 45

enterprise, 99

incorrect certificates, 288

installing certificates, 212

interoperability, 104

L2TP/IPSec, 96, 99

private-key encryption, 45

public-key encryption, 45

quarantine features, 134, 152

root, 96, 99, 201, 202, 288, 301

site-to-site VPNs, 188, 201, 202, 301, 303–306

smart cards, 97

third-party, 103, 188

troubleshooting, 288, 301, 303–306

unable to connect problems, 301

cer (DER Encoded Binary X.509) format, 209

Certificate Database Settings page, 135

Certificate Export Wizard, 209, 210

Certificate Import Wizard, 106, 110

Certificate Issued page, 209

Certificate Manager snap-in, 213

Certificate Request Wizard, 106, 110

certificate revocation list (CRL). See CRL (certificate revocation list)

Certificate Services, 28

Certificate Template To Issue option, 153, 207

certificates. See also CAs (certification authorities); Certificates snap-in

automatic allocation, 103, 107

browsers, 105, 109

CAPICOM scripts, 106

cer format, 209

clients, 69

computer machine, 41

deployment, 102–110, 206–214, 249, 255, 269

described, 44–46

distribution of, 45

EAP-TLS, 212, 289

EKU, 290

enrollment, 104, 107, 150, 158, 249, 250

exporting, 209, 210

extranets, 269

importing, 106, 110, 211

incorrect, 288

infrastructure, 96–100

installing, 69, 81, 100, 103–106, 107–110, 184

interoperability, 53, 55

L2TP/IPSec, 28–30, 41, 69, 96, 201

obtaining original, 208

pfx format, 210

provisioning, 127, 129, 140–168

requesting, 105–106, 109–110, 208

site-to-site VPNs, 181, 184, 201–203, 301, 302–306

smart cards, 97–98, 99

templates, 104, 107, 134, 151, 207

troubleshooting, 288, 301, 302–306

unable to connect problems, 301, 302–306

VPN routers, 181

VPN servers, 81

Certificates snap-in, 105, 106, 110, 168

EAP-TLS, 289

exporting certificates, 209

site-to-site VPNs, 301, 303

troubleshooting, 288, 289, 301, 303

unable to connect problems, 301

Certificates-Current User folder, 110

certification authorities (CAs). See CAs (certification authorities)

Certification Authority snap-in, 108, 207

challenge strings, 39

CHAP (Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol), 21, 38, 55, 75, 188. See also MS-CHAP (Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol)

CIDR (Classless InterDomain Routing), 238

Cisco, 88, 194

Client Can Be Connected (Session-Timeout) option, 143

clients. See also VPN clients

adding, 225

certificates, 69

configuring, 66, 70, 250

current technology, 6

deployment, 250, 272

described, 64–71

IP addresses, 80

name resolution, 83

preventing traffic, 92–94

routing, 86–88, 92–94

site-to-site VPNs, 170

VPN servers, 80

CM (Connection Manager). See also CMAK (Connection Manager Administration Kit)

certificate provisioning, 127, 129, 140–168

components, 67

creating groups, 141

creating policies, 141–149

creating user accounts, 140

deployment, 124, 128–140

described, 32, 66–68

CM (Connection Manager) (continued)

L2TP/IPSec, 128, 129

Network Access Quarantine Control, 140–168

packages, 124

profiles, 67, 130, 136, 160–168

quarantine features, 128–140

reviewing policies, 150

test lab configuration, 130–140

CMAK (Connection Manager Administration Kit). See also CM (Connection Manager)

described, 33, 67

installing, 139

Network Access Quarantine Control, 47

packages, 124

profiles, 160–168

quarantine features, 139

Cmconfig.txt, 159, 164

Cmgetcer.dll, 163

COM (Component Object Model), 106

commands

net start policyagent, 282

net start remoteaccess, 282

net stop policyagent, 282

net stop remoteaccess, 282

netsh, 280

netsh aaaa show config, 227, 271

netsh add registered server, 224

netsh exec, 272

netsh interface set interface, 237

netsh ras add registered server, 285, 299

netsh ras set tracing, 280

netsh ras show registered server, 285, 298

netsh routing ip rip update, 237

netsh routing ip show rtmroutes, 278

route print, 278

Completing The Certificate Export Wizard page, 211

Completing The Connection Manager Administration Kit Wizard page, 166

Completing The Demand-Dial Interface Wizard page, 220, 222

Completing The New Remote Access Policy Wizard page, 118, 141, 143, 144

Completing The New Scope Wizard page, 133

Completing The Routing And Remote Access Server Setup Wizard page, 137

Completing The Windows Components Wizard page, 135

Component Object Model (COM). See COM (Component Object Model)

compression schemes, 20

Computer Configuration group policy, 99

Configuration page, 137

Configure And Enable Routing And Remote Access option, 137, 216, 246

Configure DHCP Options page, 133

Connect Only If Server Name Ends With option, 97, 98

Connect To The Network At My Workplace option, 250, 251

Connect To These Servers option, 99, 212

Connect Using Virtual Private Networking (VPN) option, 217, 221

Connection Manager (CM). See CM (Connection Manager)

Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK). See CMAK (Connection Manager Administration Kit)

Connection Manager Administration Kit Wizard, 68

Connection Manager Software page, 164

Connection Point Services (CPS). See CPS (Connection Point Services)

Connection Type page, 217, 221

connections. See also CM (Connection Manager); specific types

automatic, 297, 309

common problems, 288

unable to connect problems, 283–292, 296, 297–306

Connections To Microsoft Routing And Remote Access Server policy, 48, 93

connectoids

actions, 67

CM, 67

creating, 66

described, 66

Control Access Through Remote Access Policy option, 94, 177, 197, 199, 248, 250, 252

Control Panel, 66, 76, 223, 301

convergence, 230, 231, 233

CPS (Connection Point Services), 33, 67

Create And Submit A Request To This CA option, 208

CRL (certificate revocation list), 289, 303–306

CRL Distribution Points field, 289, 303

cryptanalysis, 42

cryptography, 106. See also encryption

Current User store, 110

Custom Actions page, 162, 164




Deploying Virtual Private Networks With Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Deploying Virtual Private Networks with Microsoft Windows Server 2003 (Technical Reference)
ISBN: 0735615764
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 128

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