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IAS configuration settings to a text file

Posted on 2010-11-29
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Hi,

I might be barking way up the wrong tree here but maybe someone might be able to put me on the right track so to speak.

Currently we are running IAS on a windows 2003 server. Does anyone know if it's at all possible to export the settings to a text file? Instead of having to go into all the policy settings ie remote access and sitting down and copying the configuration tab for tab.

Could this be done through some sort of script or the command line ? Much like you can do so in netsh ipsec static show all command?.

Any input would be of great assistance.

Thanks

Matt.
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There is a hotfix available that lets you export IAS settings into XML format for import to Windows 2008 NPS. The standard IAS export is a binary file which isn't very readable.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/955995
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by:Mattywerts
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KevinHsieh,

Thanks for your input. I downloaded that hotfix however when trying to run it I found that it was a MSU file and windows server 2003 does not understand that file format.
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The hotfix if for Windows 2008, which then creates an executable that you can run on Windows 2003.
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