We are testing setting up a Windows 2008 box for incoming VPN connections. I can make a successful connection from a remote machine and access network resources. I restrict by user and time of day.
Is it possible to restrict by computer name also, using PPTP?
How about the incoming client public IP address?
Our VPN server has a single NIC and running Network Policy Server (NPS) locally. Firewall is passing the tcp port.
Remote computers are mostly XP Pro. Some Win7 may come in to play soon.
None of the remote machines are planned to be part of the domain. One of the two test machines is a domain workstation and the other is not. Not sure if we plan to make them part of the domain or not as I have not been able to successfully execute log on scripts, which would be the major benefit for us. (but that is another issue)
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