Windows Server 2019: Remote Access Solutions

Windows Server 2019: Remote Access Solutions
Windows Server 2019: Remote Access Solutions
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 18m | 169 MB

Learn how Windows Server can be used to create a bridge and a secure gateway between the private networks of organizations of all sizes. System admins, whether experienced with or new to Windows Server 2019, can learn how to install and configure remote access services in this course. Instructor Scott Burrell covers planning and implementing Network Address Translation (NAT), implementing virtual private networks, using RADIUS to secure remote access, working with a network policy server (NPS), troubleshooting VPNs, and more. Upon wrapping up this course, you’ll have the knowledge you need to set up remote access to an entire Windows network.

Topics include:

  • NAT implementation
  • Site-to-site and remote access VPNs
  • VPN connections to the cloud
  • Planning a site-to-site VPN
  • NPS configuration
  • Using RADIUS to secure remote access
  • NPS templates
  • Applying connection-specific policies
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Remotely access a Windows network
2 Things you should know

Overview of Routing and Remote Access
3 Network Address Translation (NAT) explained
4 Planning NAT on Windows Server
5 Implementing NAT on Windows Routing and Remote Access role
6 Virtual private networks (VPNs) for users
7 VPN connections to the cloud
8 Protocols used by Routing and Remote Access

Creating Virtual Private Networks
9 Creating a remote access VPN
10 DHCP relay
11 Security features of user VPNs
12 Planning a site-to-site VPN
13 Connecting noncontiguous sites

VPN Clients and Connections
14 Direct access clients
15 Always On VPN client
16 Troubleshooting VPNs
17 Configuring the server for Always On

Network Policy Server (NPS)
18 Using RADIUS to secure remote access
19 Initial RADIUS configuration
20 Configuring RADIUS clients
21 Applying connection-specific policies
22 Troubleshooting NPS
23 Backing up and restoring NPS

Conclusion
24 Next steps