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Need some help on Network Policy Server, NAP, CHAP, PAP, NPS and RD Gateway

Need a little guidance with NPS, NAP, PEAP MS-CHAP...

My remote web access is causing heartache... and won't allow clients in from the outside.

If anyone can break the relationship of these with Remote Gateway.. I might get some sleep!

New to Server 2012 R2, came from 2011 where I had all of this whistling... but now, it's incredibly convoluted, and I fear I have made a mess of the components and created more damage than good.  I used to be able to give clients 'RDP shortcuts' and they could log in to their office workstation from home without issue... now it's like trying to find a peppercorn in a bucket of spaghetti!

Is this where I should be looking?!  Clients can only get access from inside the LAN at the moment.

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Hello Manesh,

Thank you for your comments.

Ok, I will disable the other policies.

Regarding the RD Gateway, I have a GoDaddy SSL installed with a FQDN of remote.servername.com, however in mentioning this it is also appropriate to mention that my server has a name of servername.local, so I was having some other issues resolving the SSL, but I think I have resolved that issue by adding a Forward DNS Zone that resolves remote.servername.com to the IP address of servername.local.
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