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Manage an NPS Server by Using Remote Desktop Connection


Use this procedure to manage a remote NPS server by using Remote Desktop Connection.

By using Remote Desktop Connection, you can remotely manage your NPS servers running Windows Server 2008. You can also remotely manage NPS servers from a computer running Windows Vista.

^ Administrative Credentials

To complete this procedure, you must be a member of the Administrators group.

To manage an NPS server by using Remote Desktop Connection

    1. On each NPS server that you want to manage remotely, in Control Panel, double-click System. The System page opens.

    2. In System, in Tasks, click Remote settings. The System Properties dialog box opens.

    3. In System Properties, ensure that the Remote tab is selected. In Remote Desktop, select an option that allows connections from remote computers.

    4. Click Select Users. The Remote Desktop Users dialog box opens.

    5. In Remote Desktop Users, to grant permission to a user to connect remotely to the NPS server, click Add, and then type the user name for the user's account. Click OK.

    6. Repeat step 5 for each user for whom you want to grant remote access permission to the NPS server.

    7. On each NPS server, if Windows Firewall with Advanced Security is enabled, add an exception for Remote Desktop.

    8. To connect to a remote NPS server that you have configured by using the previous steps, click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, and then click Remote Desktop Connection.

    9. In Computer, type the NPS server name or IP address. If you want, click Options, configure additional connection options, and then click Save to save the connection for repeated use.

    10. Click Connect, and when prompted provide user account credentials for an account that has permissions to log on to and configure the NPS server.


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Manage Multiple NPS Servers by Using the NPS MMC Snap-in


Use this procedure to manage multiple NPS servers by using the NPS Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in.

You can also use the instructions below to manage a local NPS server and one or more remote NPS servers from the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) on the local NPS server.

Before performing the procedure below, you must install NPS on the local computer and on remote computers.

Important

Before you can manage a remote NPS server, you must configure the remote server to allow remote administration. For more information, see ^ Enable Remote Administration of an NPS Server.

Depending on network conditions and the number of NPS servers you manage by using the NPS MMC snap-in, response of the MMC snap-in might be slow. In addition, NPS server configuration traffic is sent over the network during a remote administration session by using the NPS snap-in. Ensure that your network is physically secure and that malicious users do not have access to this network traffic.

^ Administrative Credentials

To complete this procedure, you must be a member of the Administrators group.

To manage multiple NPS servers by using the NPS snap-in

    1. To open MMC, click Start, click Run, type mmc, and then click OK.

    2. On the File menu, click Add/Remove Snap-in. The Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog box opens.

    3. In Add or Remove Snap-ins, in Available snap-ins, scroll down the list, click Network Policy Server, and then click Add. The Select Computer dialog box opens.

    4. In Select Computer, verify that Local computer (the one this console is running on) is selected, and then click ^ OK. The snap-in for the local NPS server is added to the list in Selected snap-ins.

    5. In Add or Remove Snap-ins, in Available snap-ins, ensure that Network Policy Server is still selected, and then click Add. The Select Computer dialog box opens again.

    6. In Select Computer, click Another computer, and then type the IP address or fully qualified domain name of the remote NPS server that you want to manage by using the NPS snap-in. Optionally, you can click Browse to browse the directory for the computer you want to add. Click OK.

    7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 to add more NPS servers to the NPS snap-in. When you have added all the NPS servers you want to manage, click ^ OK.

    8. To save the NPS snap-in for later use, click File, click Save, type a name for your Microsoft Management Console (.msc) file, and then click Save.


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