Using Group Policy Filtering to Create a NAP DHCP Enforcement Policy (Part 4)

by Tom Shinder
Sept. 1, 2017 0 comments TechGenix Management windows client security

In the first three articles in this series on how to configure a NAP DHCP Enforcement policy, we went over the basics of NAP and then created a DHCP Enforcement policy on the NPS server that hosts the NAP policies. In this, part 4 and the final article in the series, we’ll finish up the configuration by settings up the DHCP server to work with the NPS server and the NAP policies, and then configure Group Policy so that NAP policy and NAP components are automatically configured for any machine that belongs to the NAP computers security group in Active Directory. At the end, we’ll finish up by testing the solution to see if it actually works.