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[Archive] IAS server configuration

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Article ID: KB22482 KB Last Updated: 01 Jul 2020Version: 4.0
Summary:
This article provides information on how to configure the IAS server.
Symptoms:
How to configure the IAS server.
Solution:
Radius client configuration
  1. Right click Radius Client and select New Radius Client. The following image will be displayed; type the details and click OK:


  2. The newly created Radius client will be listed as shown in the image below:


Remote Access Policy configuration:
 
  1. Right click Remote Access Policy and select New Remote Access Policy:
     


  2. Click Add; the Select Attribute dialog box is displayed:


  3. Select  Windows-Group and click Add; the Groups dialog box is displayed:


  4. Click Add; the Select Groups dialog box is displayed:


  5. Search for the user group, click Check Names, and select the group. The Domain Users user group has been used as an example. After selecting the group, click OK. The following dialog box is displayed:
     


  6. Click Edit Profile; the following dialog box is displayed:
     


  7. Click the Authentication tab and uncheck all options; except for Unencrypted authentication [PAP , SPAP]. Now click the IP tab and select only the Server settings determine IP address assignment option:
     


  8. Click the Advanced tab:
     


  9. In the Advanced tab, click Add; the Add Attribute dialog box is displayed:
     


  10. In the Add Attribute dialog box, select Vendor Specific and click Add:
     


    In the above window, click Add:
     


  11. Select the options, as specified in the above image and click Configure Attributes:
     


  12. Type the information in the text fields, as shown in the above image and click OK:
     


  13. Keep clicking OK, till you get to the following window:
     


  14. Click OK to get to the following window:
     


  15. Select Connection Request Processing, Right click Use Windows authentication for all users, and click Properties:
     


  16. In the above window, click Add:


  17. In the above window, select Client-Vendor and then click Add:
     


  18. In the above window, select Radius Standard, click Add to move it to Selected types, and then OK:
     


  19. In the above window, click OK to complete the IAS server configuration. Now you can use your AD credentials for web-auth and XAuth, to establish the Dynamic VPN.
Modification History:
2020-07-01: Achived.

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