How do I limit IP addresses on VPN using Windows 2008 NPS?

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Cisco ASA ver.8.2 - ASDM 6.3
Windows 2008 Server running NPS and AD

Currently I've setup a Connection Profile on the ASA using Radius to authenticate to the NPS/AD server. Everything is working as planned as an admin but what I'm trying to accomplish is limiting IP addresses / servers that some users can hit.

On the Radius server I have 2 profiles: Admin and Staff

The Admin profile (#1) connection condition is
ClientFriendlyName = Radius Client, Nas Port type = VPN, and Windows Group is VPNAdmin
I have my testadmin in this group and when I login I have access to everything.

The Staff profile (#2) connection condition is
ClientFriendlyName = Radius Client, NAS Port Type = VPN and Windows Group is VPNStaff.
I also tried using the IP Filter and put in the internal IP's I want the user to hit.
The test user I login with can access everything, even IP's outside the filter list.

I have set the AD accounts Dial-In tab to use NPS policy's.

So my Question is:

How do I get the VPN profile to recognize the IP filters or am I handling the IP filtering correctly? or is the internal IP address handling on the ASA?

Thanks in advance and let me know if more information is needed. I'm new to the NPS world.
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I would recommend setting the filter list on the ASA itself.  That's accomplished with a vpn-filter command in the group-policy.  For example:

access-list filter-vpnstaff permit ip any host
accces-list filter-vpnstaff permit tcp any host eq 80
group-policy VPNStaff attributes
vpn-filter value filter-vpnstaff

Of course using your internal IP addresses instead of the ones I indicated.  


I added some routes like you mentioned above and I'll test it tonight and let you know how it goes.



Worked just as said.

Thanks for the help and quick reply!

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