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Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, NPS in Technical; hi with NPS can i set a condition for the network policy for membership of a particular domain? basically i ...
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    with NPS can i set a condition for the network policy for membership of a particular domain?

    basically i have two domains and i want to shunt the switch port to different vlans depeneding on the domain membership of the computer.

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    Good question, are the machines only on one domain or dual boot into both. If they are single domain only then it may be doable by mac address through managed switches if not through NPS.

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    no they are not dual boot, i don't fancy 500 odd mac address's though. I suppose i could make the machines a member of a group and do it that way but it does seem a little silly, and i can see new machines being joined being forgotten to add to the group

    its not laziness as such its more I don't want a junior tech moving an pc round having to wait for a network guy to reconfigure the switch port.

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    They should already be in groups, Domain1\Domain Computers etc. if you can apply VLANs by group through NPS then you it should just work with those groups assuming a trust between the two domains so that the NPS can access both lists.

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    cool forgot about default groups. that will do it.!

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    okay the NPS server is complaining there is no domain controller for domain <NAME_OF_TEST_COMPUTER>

    rather than the domain of the computer it is actually the local computer name
    Last edited by oxide54; 17th September 2012 at 04:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oxide54 View Post
    okay the NPS server is complaining there is no domain controller for domain <NAME_OF_TEST_COMPUTER>

    rather than the domain of the computer it is actually the local computer name
    Is the NPS server 'trusted for delegation' in AD?

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    I turned all the conditions of the policy off and it does connect the test machine, but I have to login using a domain user account.

    I am actually logged into the test machine locally so it prompts for domain credentials which seems a little odd. given there is no condition there for that.

    I think the machine needs a cert issued, will check in a minute.



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