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I am trying to find a way to quarantine laptops that come in to our office and plug right into our network. I would like them to have virus software and patches before they are allowed access to the network. I've been reeding the article at:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/techinfo/overview/quarantine.mspx

but this seems geared to people who are connecting from outside the network. The people who would be bringing in the laptops would just come in, bypass the firewall, get a DHCP address and away they go. It also might not be possible for me restrict by groups in AD because they are logging on locally to their machines but it is still possible in some situations for them to access a couple of computers on the network.

What would be the best way to make sure these people pass certain qualifications so they don't end up bringing in a virus,etc.?
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so if I install IAS on a computer and then write the scripts, how can I make sure that computers who have just been plugged into the network go through the script to make sure they're up to code?
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Also, I saw something about the 'needing to be a member of the same domain as the IAS server'. Does this mean that if the client is logging on to the local computer it will bypass the policy?
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Here are two excellent reads on it but it looks like it is only going to apply to remote users but now i'm not sure if you can use it for users that plug into your network.

Deploying Network Access Quarantine Control, Part 1
http://www.securityfocus.com/infocus/1794

Deploying Network Access Quarantine Control, Part 2
http://www.securityfocus.com/infocus/1799

I'm still looking for more info though.

Brian
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I've been playing around with it a little and if you open up IAS and then make a new policy, once you've named it, you can choose things like VPN, but there is also an Ethernet category. It seems like there might be a way but it's very vague on the subject.

thanks for the links. I'll take a look at those now and see if I can understand how to do this....
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