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Of course it goes without saying that you already need a vpn setup on your network.This GPO pushes out the vpn connection to client computers.
You need to perform the following procedures to use autoenrollment to assign user certificates to VPN Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 clients: The user certificate issued via autoenrollment is based on a user certificate template derived from the built-in user certificate template.Once they get their they either aren’t able to logon or can’t get network resources once they are.This simple GPO sets the VPN connection for you so that users are empowered to work anywhere.If you wish to use certificate-based EAP-TLS authentication with either L2TP/IPSec or PPTP VPN connection, you can automate the issuance of User Certificates to all domain members or you can limit the scope of the certificate assignment by creating a user certificate autoenrollment policy.You need to confirm that the domain member VPN client received its certificate during the Group Policy update.Only Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 clients receive user certificates via Group Policy (you can still assign user certificates to Windows 2000 and downlevel Windows clients, but you will need to use methods other than autoenrollment).
Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 users will now automatically receive user certificates when they log onto the domain.In the same GPO go to Preferences | Windows Settings | Ini Files.Input the File path of the file: C:\Program Data\Microsoft\Network\Connections\pbk\Section Name should be the display name of your VPN connection. Property Name = Ip Prioritize Remote Property Value = 0 Reboot the computer and now you will have the VPN connection available to all users prior to logon. These user certificates can be used as log on credentials by PPTP and L2TP/IPSec clients.When using Sonicwall's Global VPN client and enabling the "execute domain logon scripts" does that just process the login scripts in netlogon or does it process group policy as a whole? Specifically I'm interested in the GPP drive maps portion.Note it is always best practice to use a dynamic name rather than an IP address.