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

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Editing the configuration

In case you haven't noticed it earlier, the last step of the Getting Started Wizard says Click here to edit the wizard settings. If you were to click on that link, you could edit some of the default settings, such as the URA policy scope or the public name of the URA server. Naturally, you can still edit the settings now, using the configuration console, but there is one setting that you won't be able to change later—the URA policy target GPO. By default, the wizard creates two new GPOs. The one for client settings is named DirectAccess Client Settings, and the server policy is named DirectAccess Server Settings. If you would rather have a different name or store the settings in an existing GPO, you can only change it ...

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