Installing the IAS on a VPN

The fourth step in setting up a Windows-based virtual private network is to install IAS. This tip explains how.

After creating enterprise certificate authority, the fourth step in setting up a Windows-based virtual private network is to install IAS.

Step 4: Install IAS

The IAS server will authenticate users who enter your corporate network through the VPN connection. As such, your IAS server must be a member server in one of your domains and must be running Windows Server 2003.

Get step-by-step instructions on installing IAS on your customer's VPN.

Get more info on setting up your customer's VPN.

This was last published in June 2007

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