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Server 2012 Allow VPN Access

Posted on 2014-11-07
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Hi guys,

I have a Server 2012 running that's configured for PPTP remote access. Now it seems that one domain group has access to the VPN. I cant see to find anything in NPS where this is defined? How do i track this down?
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This is defined in AD users and groups--this may be what you are looking for http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc995159.aspx
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Right now, they are set to Allow Access on the Dial-In tab in AD.

I tested with my account with Allow Access too, but it wouldnt let me authenticate until i was a member of that AD group.
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You need to be a member of the group that allows remote access
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Lionelmm, yes that is true, but i am not sure where that group is defined!
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Look in AD Users and Computers--then the built-in group and then Remote Desktop Users.
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Why am i looking there?
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To see if that user is a member of that group
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I created a new NPS policy and resolved this issue.
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Resolved our own issue.
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