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Windows Server 2012 Unified Remote Access Planning and Deployment by Bala Natarajan, Erez Ben-Ari

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Basic scenarios

The simplest scenario allows you to deploy Unified Remote Access with minimal planning and preparation. In this scenario, almost everything is covered by the URA server itself, as opposed to other scenarios, where you might need additional servers or infrastructure. This kind of deployment is ideal for organizations that prefer to invest the minimal amount of time and resources.

As part of this deployment, you will use the following functions and roles:

  • Windows Domain
  • Group Policy
  • Location Server
  • URA Server
  • Self-signed certificate
  • Kerberos Proxy
  • Permission requirements

The basic requirement for any and all URA scenarios is that your computers, as well as the URA server itself, are all members of a domain. The domain will serve as the infrastructure ...

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