Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Configure remote access VPN with AD authentication

I created a SlideShare presentation of a step by step configuration of a Cisco ASA remote access VPN configuration with Active Directory Authentication, on a Windows 2003 server.

Using a Windows 2008 server is a little bit different. For example, IAS has been replaced with Network Policy and Access Service.

I have screen shots for a Windows 2008 installation, when I get some time, I'll post them into a SlideShare presentation.


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