How to use Windows 2008 access control

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How can I use the access control of Windows 2008 to connect to the network and limit the intern computer to access the Internet?

Where is the configuration of the features that will make a client needs or equipment to take care of this ad?

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How to use Windows 2008 access control

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I don’t think Windows 2008 server can do this. If this server acts as a gateway, proxy or server, you can configure internet policies in your ISA settings however, if not, you may need to set up a mirror port in and set up an internet filtering program to do the job.
 
If your main concern is to limit internet access, you may check proxy server and group policy to force users to access through there.
 
How this works?
 
It acts like an intermediary for requests from users of the computer requesting web page. For example, it may filter traffic by IP address. So, if you don’t allow this client/user to access internet then he/she may not be able to do so since he/she will be getting an error.
 
I hope this finds you well.
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How to use Windows 2008 access control

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The Windows Server 2008 comes with a security feature referred to as Network Access Protection that ensures that all computers on a network are secure and configured within the network busting the overall security and controls the access to the organization’s network.

It is a window based application designed to restrict other an authorized devices from accessing the network and it usually examines computers in order to determine if they are complying with the configuration rules for the organization by checking security, security updates and configuration settings.

Whenever a computer that is not compliant tries to access the network, it is isolated and has first to update its configuration settings from remedial servers by installing the required software before it can be allowed to access the network.  The Network Access Protection (NAP) has two main components:

  • NAP client which runs on the other computer device that want to connect to the organization's network. By collecting information about the other computer trying to access the organization network, it sends this information over to the Network Policy Server (NPS) to be analyzed and it on the basis of this that it determines which computers can access the network.
  • The NAP client has a main component that controls Enforcement Agents which can access the network called the NAP Agent and System Health Agents (SHAs) which determine and report on the state of a computer on which it is running. It is this information collected by the NAP Agent that is summed up together and sent to the NPS for analysis.
  • NAP Network Policy Server (NPS) job is to determine a computer's level of compliance and therefore the level of connection that can be allowed. Together with other network infrastructures (VPN servers, routers and switches) it receives the health report sent by the NAP client and determines the level access it grants to a computer according to its analysis of compliance level.
  • Mirroring the NAP client, the NPS contains a service that allows it to communicate with computer devices that run the client and server validation components used to interpret the Statement of Health (SOH) reports collected by the NAP agent. It then makes an analysis of the report the NAP client sends and determines if the computer device trying to access the network is in compliant with the policies of the organization which are configured by the network administrator through the administration console which also configures the third party SHSs and SHVs.

It is from this analysis of the SOH reports that the NPS together with the network infrastructure determines whether to grant or deny a computer device access to the organizations network.

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