The best practice to implement DHCP and NAP with Windows 2008 Server R2?

The best practice to implement DHCP and NAP with Windows 2008 Server R2?
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NAP dhcp metod is the worst metod of all other metods because is very unsecure.
If you really want to configure this metod you can refer on this link, here is document with step-by-step guide;

If you are planning to implement DHCP NAP on your network, you need to start with a staged deployment.

There is a list of suggested steps to gradually add NAP to a production network here: 

Probably the most important thing to do first is to set up what is called "reporting mode" where you are essentially just monitoring things and clients are not restricted from accessing the network.

The next phase is called deferred enforcement. Clients are also *not* prevented from accessing the network during this phase. However, they will begin to get messages. You should evaluate whether your help desk can handle calls about NAP in this phase.

Finally, you will implement enforcement mode where you will restrict clients from accessing the network if they don't meet requirements. You should not try to implement this on the entire network at once, but rather a small area where you can evaluate the impact. If necessary roll back the deployment to deferred enforcement or reporting mode if you need to make changes.

The full NAP design and deployment guides are here:

There is also a troubleshooting guide and a NAP forum: 

If you are just testing NAP then you should try each of the step by step guides. There is one for each enforcement method.

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