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Cisco and Windows 2008 NPS for Radius authentication ?

Hello again,
Can someone walk me through for configuring the Windows server 2008 NPS as a Radius server with Cisco Router as its Client. ?

I am following the
http://www.mcmis.co.uk/TechArt/Technical%20Articles.htm
but either i am doing it wrong or i am missing something because its not working and i do not know how will i know if its working or not ?
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WannabeNerd
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WannabeNerd
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WannabeNerdAuthor Commented:
I got it going
Thanks.
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tyty4u2Commented:
What did you have to end up dong?
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WannabeNerdAuthor Commented:
I have followed the above article and it works.
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brownmattcCommented:
I opened a question with Cisco TAC about this because the document you linked to did not work.

In the network policy there are a couple of changes:
Do not put ANY Vendor Specific Radius Attributies (do not put shell:priv-lvl=15)
Add in the following Standard Radius Attribute:
- Attribute-Type = Service-Type
- Attribute number = 6
- Attribute format = Enumerator
- Attribute Value = Administrative   (look under the Other category)

These changes do the same thing as priv-lvl=15 which basically takes you directly to Enable mode.
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istadminCommented:
I can also add that if you are doing this on a SBS 2011 server, the NPS is already installed and configured with several policies.  You need to make sure your NEW VPN policy gets moved to the top of the list.
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