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Microsoft® Windows Server 2003: Administrator’s Companion by Jason Gerend, Sharon Crawford, Charlie Russel

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Configuring a Remote Access Policy

A remote access policy consists of three elements that make up a rule for analyzing remote connections: the conditions, the profile, and the remote access permission for the policy. The remote access permission was discussed earlier, in the section entitled “Understanding the Default Policy.” Recall that the remote access permission for the policy applies only when an administration-by-policy model is being employed.

Specifying Conditions of Remote Access Policies

When granting or denying access by group membership in the previous sections, you added the Windows-Groups attribute as a condition that users making connection attempts had to match (Figure 34-14). Table 34-1 describes this and other attributes ...

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