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  • NPS EAP authentication failing after Windows Update

    - by sqlreader
    I have a Windows 2008 Std server running NPS. After applying the latest round of updates (including Root Certificates for April 2012 KB931125 (See:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/933430/)), EAP authentication is failing due to being malformed. Sample error (Security/Event ID 6273), truncated for brevity: Authentication Details: Proxy Policy Name: Use Windows authentication for all users Network Policy Name: Wireless Access Authentication Provider: Windows Authentication Server: nps-host.corp.contoso.com Authentication Type: PEAP EAP Type: - Account Session Identifier: - Reason Code: 266 Reason: The message received was unexpected or badly formatted. The NPS policy (Wireless Access) is configured accordingly (for Constraints/Authentication methods) EAP Types: Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP) - with a valid certificate from ADCS Microsoft: Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2) Less secure authentication methods: Microsoft Encrypted Authentication version 2 (MS-CHAP-v2) User can change password after it has expired Microsoft Encrypted Authentication (MS-CHAP) User can change password after it has expired We've tested a different RADIUS server without the aforementioned patch, and removed EAP as an authentication type and experienced success. Has anyone else experienced this issue?

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  • Using NPS to restrict access to WLAN

    - by eric.s
    We currently have one WLAN that only domain users can connect to. We will be adding a guest WLAN and would like all non-domain machines to use this, even if a user has a domain account. We have set up NPS and can log in against it, but we can not restrict the connection option to be a domain computer AND a domain account. As a network policy it states that it moves along through each policy until it finds one that it accepts or runs out. For connection request policies Domain Computers is not an option. This is where I thought I may be able to stop it. Has anyone been able to successfully restrict this without manually adding MACs to the WLAN Controller?

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  • MS NPS denying access, can't validate server certificate

    - by Fred Weston
    At my office we use a Cisco WLC2504 wireless controller and starting about a week ago we started having problems with users connecting to one of our secure wireless network. We are running AD on Windows Server 2008 R2 and use network policy server to control access to our wireless network. When I look at the logs in event viewer after a failed connection attempt I see an access reject message: Reason Code: 262 Reason: The supplied message is incomplete. The signature was not verified. Looking this up on Google I found this article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/838502 I tried disabling server certificate validation on my computer and as soon as I did that I was able to connect to the network, so it seems that there is some sort of certificate validation issue. I'm not sure which certificate is unable to be validated or how to fix it. This used to work and stopped suddenly by itself so I am thinking a certificate may have expired. When I go to NPS Policies Network Policies My policy Constraints Auth methods Microsoft PEAP and view the properties, the certificae specified here expires in 2016, so doesn't seem as though this could be the problem. Any suggestions on how to troubleshoot this issue?

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  • NPS wont run or install error code 0x80070643

    - by Anthony Wray
    attempt to install network policy server failed with error code 0x80070643 fatal error during installation. The sbs server ran an update on friday and since then NPS has not worked, I have checked permissions on system32\IAS and the builtin OU but still cannot run NPS. My last attempt to removed and reinstall has now left the machine unable to install NPS at all! Has anyone seen this or have a direction to suggest? Other google's have shown people haven't resolved it!

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  • NPS will not add Radius client

    - by Neobyte
    Hi all, I've just installed a fresh copy of NPS on a new 2008 R2 Std server. When I go to add a Radius client, I get "NPS Error: The service being accessed is licensed for a particular number of connections. No more connections can be made to the service at this time because there are already as many connections as the service can accept. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070573)". What do I do? This is the first Radius client I am installing (and the first change to the vanilla NPS since running the role installation wizard) so obviously I have not hit the 50 client max. Cheers

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  • How to integrate Windows Server 2008 R2's NPS with Cisco switches?

    - by Massimo
    I need to evaluate in a lab environment the use of Windows Server 2008 R2's NPS for 802.1x authentication with Cisco Catalyst 3750 switches; the general idea is to only let clients connect to the company network if they can provide valid domain logon credentials, placing them in a restricted VLAN instead if they can't. NAP would also be a bonus, but it can be evaluated later; the main point now is only 802.1x authentication. Although I have very good knowledge of Windows and Active Directory (on the Microsoft side) and quite good knowledge of Catalyst switches (on the Cisco side), I'm totally new to 802.1x; I'd really like some general guidelines and help here, and some sort of implementation guide would also be very useful.

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  • Expired password change through VPN failure

    - by Tim Alexander
    I am setting up some new accounts to be used by some contractors. they are going to connect via VPN to our network. My requirement is to set the password initially and then have them change it the first time they log in. As a result the "User must Change Password" box is checked. Loading up a laptop and testing has yielded poor results. When logging in I get a notification that the password has expired and a box to fill in, which I do. it then appears again so I dutifully fill in the password details again. I am then presented with a "Sending Password...." error box with Error:619 listed as the reason. Trying to reconnect then gives a 691 error that the password is bad. From the firewall, that is the actualy VPN server, I can see RAD_ACCESS_DENIED and from the DC running NPS (acting as a RADIUS server for the firewall with MS-CHAP-v2 enabled with the "User can change password after it has expired" checked) I cannot see a request to change the password. I can only see Event ID 4776, 4625 and 6273 (reason 16). I can log in with out the change password flag fine so I know logins are being authenticated. Really hoping someone might be able to assist in tracking down the lack of password change processin gon the DC.

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  • Cannot connect to a VPN server - authentication failed with error code 691

    - by stacker
    When trying to connect to a VPN server, I get the 691 error code on the client, which say: Error Description: 691: The remote connection was denied because the user name and password combination you provided is not recognized, or the selected authentication protocol is not permitted on the remote access server. I validated that the username and password are correct. I also installed a certification to use with the IKEv2 security type. I also validated that the VPN server support security method. But I cannot login. In the server log I get this log: Network Policy Server denied access to a user. The user DomainName\UserName connected from IP address but failed an authentication attempt due to the following reason: The remote connection was denied because the user name and password combination you provided is not recognized, or the selected authentication protocol is not permitted on the remote access server. Any idea of what can I do? Thanks in advance! Log Name: Security Source: Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing Date: 12/29/2010 7:12:20 AM Event ID: 6273 Task Category: Network Policy Server Level: Information Keywords: Audit Failure User: N/A Computer: VPN.domain.com Description: Network Policy Server denied access to a user. Contact the Network Policy Server administrator for more information. User: Security ID: domain\Administrator Account Name: domain\Administrator Account Domain: domani Fully Qualified Account Name: domain.com/Users/Administrator Client Machine: Security ID: NULL SID Account Name: - Fully Qualified Account Name: - OS-Version: - Called Station Identifier: 192.168.147.171 Calling Station Identifier: 192.168.147.191 NAS: NAS IPv4 Address: - NAS IPv6 Address: - NAS Identifier: VPN NAS Port-Type: Virtual NAS Port: 0 RADIUS Client: Client Friendly Name: VPN Client IP Address: - Authentication Details: Connection Request Policy Name: Microsoft Routing and Remote Access Service Policy Network Policy Name: All Authentication Provider: Windows Authentication Server: VPN.domain.home Authentication Type: EAP EAP Type: Microsoft: Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2) Account Session Identifier: 313933 Logging Results: Accounting information was written to the local log file. Reason Code: 16 Reason: Authentication failed due to a user credentials mismatch. Either the user name provided does not map to an existing user account or the password was incorrect.

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  • Geometry Shader input vertices order

    - by NPS
    MSDN specifies (link) that when using triangleadj type of input to the GS, it should provide me with 6 vertices in specific order: 1st vertex of the triangle processed, vertex of an adjacent triangle, 2nd vertex of the triangle processed, another vertex of an adjacent triangle and so on... So if I wanted to create a pass-through shader (i.e. output the same triangle I got on input and nothing else) I should return vertices 0, 2 and 4. Is that correct? Well, apparently it isn't because I did just that and when I ran my app the vertices were flickering (like changing positions/disappearing/showing again or sth like that). But when I instead output vertices 0, 1 and 2 the app rendered the mesh correctly. I could provide some code but it seems like the problem is in the input vertices order, not the code itself. So what order do input vertices to the GS come in?

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  • NTOP gives warnings on startup

    - by FR6
    I just installed ntop 1.4.4 and when I start it, it give me infinite warnings "packet truncated": ... RRD_DEBUG: umask 0066 RRD_DEBUG: DirPerms 0700 THREADMGMT: RRD: Started thread (t2992630672) for data collection THREADMGMT[t2992630672]: RRD: Data collection thread starting [p30923] INIT: Created pid file (/var/run/ntop.pid) THREADMGMT[t3086329552]: ntop RUNSTATE: INITNONROOT(3) Now running as requested user 'nobody' (99:99) Note: Reporting device initally set to 0 [eth0] (merged) THREADMGMT[t3086329552]: ntop RUNSTATE: RUN(4) THREADMGMT[t2982140816]: NPS(1): Started thread for network packet sniffing [eth0] THREADMGMT[t2982140816]: NPS(eth0): pcapDispatch thread starting [p30923] THREADMGMT[t2982140816]: NPS(eth0): pcapDispatch thread running [p30923] THREADMGMT[t3047009168]: SIH: Idle host scan thread running [p30923] THREADMGMT[t3057499024]: SFP: Fingerprint scan thread running [p30923] **WARNING** packet truncated (8814->8232) **WARNING** packet truncated (10274->8232) **WARNING** packet truncated (8814->8232) **WARNING** packet truncated (8814->8232) ... Do I need to configure something? I tried to access the web interface (http://localhost:3000) but it does not work. Note: I'm on CentOS. EDIT: Not sure if it helps but there is my "ifconfig": eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:16:76:BC:7E:77 inet addr:192.168.0.221 Bcast:192.168.0.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 inet6 addr: fe80::216:76ff:febc:7e77/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:15496640 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:19256813 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:836230629 (797.4 MiB) TX bytes:608496148 (580.3 MiB) Memory:dffe0000-e0000000

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  • NTOP gives warnings on startup

    - by FR6
    I just installed ntop 1.4.4 and when I start it, it give me infinite warnings "packet truncated": ... RRD_DEBUG: umask 0066 RRD_DEBUG: DirPerms 0700 THREADMGMT: RRD: Started thread (t2992630672) for data collection THREADMGMT[t2992630672]: RRD: Data collection thread starting [p30923] INIT: Created pid file (/var/run/ntop.pid) THREADMGMT[t3086329552]: ntop RUNSTATE: INITNONROOT(3) Now running as requested user 'nobody' (99:99) Note: Reporting device initally set to 0 [eth0] (merged) THREADMGMT[t3086329552]: ntop RUNSTATE: RUN(4) THREADMGMT[t2982140816]: NPS(1): Started thread for network packet sniffing [eth0] THREADMGMT[t2982140816]: NPS(eth0): pcapDispatch thread starting [p30923] THREADMGMT[t2982140816]: NPS(eth0): pcapDispatch thread running [p30923] THREADMGMT[t3047009168]: SIH: Idle host scan thread running [p30923] THREADMGMT[t3057499024]: SFP: Fingerprint scan thread running [p30923] **WARNING** packet truncated (8814->8232) **WARNING** packet truncated (10274->8232) **WARNING** packet truncated (8814->8232) **WARNING** packet truncated (8814->8232) ... Do I need to configure something? I tried to access the web interface (http://localhost:3000) but it does not work. Note: I'm on CentOS. EDIT: Not sure if it helps but there is my "ifconfig": eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:16:76:BC:7E:77 inet addr:192.168.0.221 Bcast:192.168.0.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 inet6 addr: fe80::216:76ff:febc:7e77/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:15496640 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:19256813 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:836230629 (797.4 MiB) TX bytes:608496148 (580.3 MiB) Memory:dffe0000-e0000000

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  • CRM Evolution 2014: Mediocrity is the New Horrible in Customer Service

    - by Tuula Fai
    "Mediocrity is the new horrible in customer service," Blair McHaney, Gold's Gym Almost everyone knows that customers' expectations have risen. But, after listening to two days of presentations at CRM Evolution, I think it’s more accurate to say that customers' expectations have skyrocketed. Fortunately, most companies have gotten the message and are taking their customer service to a higher level. For those who've been hesitant to 'boldly go where their customer service organization has not gone before,' take heart. I’ve got some statistics that will encourage you to take those first few steps. Why should I change? By engaging customers online, ancestry.com achieved a 99.5% customer satisfaction score (CSAT) while improving retention and saving millions on greater efficiency, including a 38%-50% drop in inbound calls and emails.1 By empowering employees to delight customers, Gold’s Gym achieved a 77.5% Net Promoter Score (NPS) and 22% customer churn rate. No small feat when you consider the industry averages are 40% NPS and 45% churn.2 By adapting quickly to social media, brands like Verizon have benefited from social community members spending 2.5x-10x more than average customers.3 ‘The fierce urgency of now’ is upon us in customer service. You can take your customer service to a higher level! To find out more, click here CRM Evolution Customer Service Experience Footnotes: 1. Arvindh Balakrishnan, Is Your Customer Service Modern?2. Blair McHaney, Wire Your Organization with Customer Feedback3. Becky Carroll, The Power of Communities for Improving the Service Experience and Building Advocates

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  • TS (RD) Gateway Authentication Problem "The logon attempt failed"

    - by user2059
    I've been using TS Gateway to permit remote access for our staff for a few months now, and all has been well. Users either connect to a traditional terminal server desktop or hit our website and start an TS RemoteApp application- in both cases the connection is routed through a TS Gateway. However I came into work this morning to find that has stopped authenticating users through TS Gateway, each time returning "The logon attempt failed" as seen in the image even though the credentials are correct. It should be noted that everything works fine if the Gateway is taken out of the equation, it's the TS Gateway component that is causing these problems. Users experience this problem whether they connect through XP SP3, Vista or 7. On the server a total of 4 entries appear in the Windows security log at exactly the same time for each failed logon attempt: two 4624 "An account was successfully logged on" messages for the user, immediately followed by two 4634 "An account was logged off"s. This suggests that the server is accepting the credentials as correct, then booting the user off. Nothing at all is recorded in the NPS and Terminal Server logs. A reboot doesn't change things. Neither does completely removing and reinstalling the NPS and Terminal Server roles. I'm baffled as to how this can happen suddenly without warning. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Valid certificate issued by certificate authority

    - by Null
    Using the below configuration: internal Domain: company.corp Server 2008 DC and CA I've setup Radius/NPS for WPA2-Enterprise authentication, but the mobile clients are getting certificate warnings because the PEAP certificate is self signed by the CA. How can I fix the warning? Do I need to get a signed certificate for the company.corp domain?

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  • Forward RDP Connection from Server to Client

    - by Theveloper
    What I'm trying to achieve is in the following infrastructure: Server A running ADDS, DNS, DHCP, NPS LAN -Computer Client I -Computer Client II Server A NIC 1 goes to LAN Server A NIC 2 goes to Internet Server A provides DHCP and Internet access for Computer Clients How do I connect to Computer Client I or II through RDP from outside the network? Even when using credentials from Computer Client I (which are not in ADDS) the connection still only goes to the server.

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  • MVCContrib Testing Route with Areas

    - by xkevin
    Hi, I am using MVC 2 with Area. To test routing, I am using MvcContrib. This is the testing code: [Test] public void Home() { MvcApplication.RegisterRoutes(RouteTable.Routes); "~/".ShouldMapTo(x = x.Login("Nps")); } I am not sure how to call routing definition that are stored in Areas. Calling AreaRegistration.RegisterAllAreas() is not an option as it gives an exception. Thanks Revin

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  • Redirect TS Gateway Authentication to RADIUS Server

    - by Brent
    Hi All, I'm trying to set up an environment for my TS gateway server where the authentication for the initial login to the TS gateway server is handled by a RADIUS server (as determined by NPS), then the user uses standard Windows Auth to log in to their destination machine. I have the server successfully passing the auth to the RADIUS server, but only after it does a Windows auth first. The credentials will not match between the Windows Server and the RADIUS server, so the RADIUS auth always fails, and the TS Gateway server will not forward the request to the RADIUS server unless the Windows Auth succeeds. Does anyone know how to disable the Windows Auth requirement on a TS Gateway server? This is a pretty vanilla SBS 2008 box.

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  • L2TP with PEAP authentication from MacOS/iOS

    - by Jose
    Following the recent security advisory, I'm reconfiguring our VPN servers and having trouble. We're using Windows 2008 R2 server for VPN services, running RRAS and NPS on the same server and configure it to use PEAP-EAP-MSCHAPV2 authentiation for all tunnel type(PPTP, L2TP, IKEv2, SSTP), which previously allowed plain MSCHAPv2. But Apple products, MacOS and iOS cannot connect to VPN after this change. I tried to install root certificate used in PEAP transaction but no change. Does anyone know whether MacOS/iOS supports PEAP-EAP-MSCHAPv2 authentication in PPTP/L2TP? If so any tips to make it work? (I know PEAP-EAP-MSCHAPv2 is supported in WPA/WPA2 enterprise) Regards.

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  • Setting up Windows 2008 with VPN and NAT

    - by Benson
    I have a Windows 2008 box set up with VPN, and that works quite well. NPS is used to validate the VPN clients, who are able to access the private address of the server, once connected. I can't for the life of me get NAT working for the VPN clients, though. I've added NAT as a routing protocol, and set the one on in the VPN address pool as private, and the other as public - but it still won't NAT connections when I add a route through the VPN server's IP on the client side (route add SomeInternetIp IpOfPrivateInterfaceOnServer). I know I can reach the server's private interface (which happens to be 10.2.2.1) with remote desktop client, so I can't think of any issues with the VPN.

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  • 8021x wireless clients auto connect prior to user login

    - by JohnyV
    I am using a 2008 r2 dc that also performs Radius (NPS), I also have a 2008 r2 certificate authority which is giving out certificates. The computers are getting the certificate and when a user logs into the device (that has previously logged in) gets put on the correct VLAN (according to there user access). However I cant get the computers to join the wireless network prior to logging in, so that they can log in with their domain accounts and authenticate through the wireless. The basic setup is Computer gets group policy which tells it to get a certificate the computer then has a seperate vlan to join just as a computer account however the wireless computer wont connect through that vlan. (this vlan allows login information only then once the users credentials are verified it puts them onto another VLAN). So I am trying to work out why the notebook wont auto connect to the wireless network as a computer. Thanks

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  • Setting up Windows 2008 with VPN and NAT

    - by Benson
    I have a Windows 2008 box set up with VPN, and that works quite well. NPS is used to validate the VPN clients, who are able to access the private address of the server, once connected. I can't for the life of me get NAT working for the VPN clients, though. I've added NAT as a routing protocol, and set the one on in the VPN address pool as private, and the other as public - but it still won't NAT connections when I add a route through the VPN server's IP on the client side (route add SomeInternetIp IpOfPrivateInterfaceOnServer). I know I can reach the server's private interface (which happens to be 10.2.2.1) with remote desktop client, so I can't think of any issues with the VPN.

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  • NLP - Queries using semantic wildcards in full text searching, maybe with Lucene?

    - by Zsolt
    Let's say I have a big corpus (for example in english or an arbitrary language), and I want to perform some semantic search on it. For example I have the query: "Be careful: [art] armada of [sg] is coming to [do sg]!" And the corpus contains the following sentence: "Be careful: an armada of alien ships is coming to destroy our planet!" It can be seen that my query string could contain "semantic placeholders", such as: [art] - some placeholder for articles (for example a / an in English) [sg], [do sg] - some placeholders for NPs and VPs (subjects and predicates) I would like to develop a library which would be capable to handle these queries efficiently. I suspect that some kind of POS-tagging would be necessary for parsing the text, but because I don't want to fully reimplement an already existing full-text search engine to make it work, I'm considering that how could I integrate this behaviour into a search engine like Lucene? I know there are SpanQueries which could behave similarly in some cases, but as I can see, Lucene doesn't do any semantic stuff with stored texts. It is possible to implement a behavior like this? Or do I have to write an own search engine?

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  • Folder Redirection won't load on Windows 7 Machine in Windows 2008 R2 Network

    - by leeand00
    Okay so redirected profiles don't load exactly, but the computer is joined to the network and it won't display any of the users files on their desktop that are in their redirected profile. I know this because we have a Terminal Server and when the user logs in there, her files appear. I checked the users' profile in Active Directory Users and Computers and compared it with a working users profile. When that didn't turn up any differences, I looked at her computer and found that on the Dial-in tab the Network Access Permission wasn't set to Control access through NPS Network Policy like it was on the other machines on the network; so I selected it, ran gpupdate /force on her machine and rebooted. This did not fix the issue. Is there anything else that could be preventing the redirected files on the users desktop from showing up when the user logs in?

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  • Problem with network policy rule in Network Policy Server

    - by Robert Moir
    Trying to configure RADIUS for a college network, and have run into the following frustration: I can't set an "AND" condition for group membership of authenticated objects in the network policy rules, e.g. I'm trying to create a NPS rule that says, essentially "IF user is a member of [list of user groups] And is authenticating from a computer in [wireless computer group] then allow access. The screenshot above is the rule I am having trouble with. It does not work as written. The rule underneath it, which is identical in every aspect except the conditions rule, does work. I've tried changing the non-working rule to define each set of groups as "Windows group" rather than specifically as machine and user groups, with no change. With the "faulty" rule enabled and the working one disabled, any attempt to login with a valid account from a machine that is in the wireless computers group gives a 6273 audit event in the windows event log: Reason code 66 - "the user attempted to use an authentication method that is not enabled on the matching network policy". Disabling the "faulty" rule, enabling the other rule and logging in with the same account and computer works just fine.

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  • Microsoft Windows DHCP: Steering IPv4 clients into specific scopes based on MAC

    - by Easter Sunshine
    We have visitors on our campus who bring their own laptops and devices and use our wireless and wired networks. When we receive a copyright infringement notice (typically BitTorrenting), we are required to quarantine that MAC address so that it no longer has Internet access. No matter what website it tries to visit, it is sent to a web page explaining to the user that the device has been quarantined. We have thus far implemented this in ISC DHCP on Linux. We have multiple VLANs with one or more public-IP subnets and one RFC1918 quarantine subnet each. All clients are leased IPs in the public-IP subnet(s) unless you're in a list of known bad MACs. Then, you are sent to the quarantine subnet so that your traffic is unroutable on the Internet (you are isolated by subnet only, not by VLAN). We would like to move to Windows DHCP in light of the IPAM role but I cannot figure out how to replicate this in Windows DHCP 2012 (Assign DHCP IPs for specific MAC prefixes on Windows Server 2008 R2 suggests it was not possible in 2008 R2), even while using policies. So here's what I'd like: The administrator/help desk provides and maintains a list of MAC addresses that are to be quarantined. The DHCP server places those MACs into the quarantine subnet on the respective VLAN, no matter which VLAN the client is in. I don't think reservations would work: We currently have about 300 registered bad MACs and about 12 VLANs. I don't want to make 300 x 12 reservations nor have to add 12 reservations per new MAC address. Not to mention all of the quarantine subnets are /24s. We do not have NPS/NAC. You do not have to register your MAC address get network access. We use Cisco routers/switches. Thanks.

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