Posted on 2014-03-28
Against my better judgement, I rushed through a test to install RRAS (Direct Access) from 2012 Server R2. When I got an error after installation, I tried to back out and remove it, only to have to remove DirectAccess separately via the cmdlet. No problems, right?
Wrong. It appears that our 2 Win 8 Ent. laptops, once they received the Group Policy update, are trying to connect to it. And it still shows up in Group Policy. How can I remove it completely from our AD/Group Policy? I'm planning on doing the right thing and starting with a test environment first before pushing into production (yes, I should have done that first and normally would but ...) but I'd like to make sure that our AD is "pure" again.
Thanks for any and all help - greatly appreciate it.