· System Health Validators : System health validators (SHVs) define configuration requirements for computers that attempt to connect to your network.
· Health Policies : Health policies define which SHVs are evaluated, and how they are used in validating the configuration of computers that attempt to connect to your network. Based on the results of SHV checks, health policies classify client health status.
· Network Policies : Network policies use conditions, settings, and constraints to determine who can connect to the network. There must be a network policy that will be applied to computers that are compliant with the health requirements, and a network policy that will be applied to computers that are noncompliant.
· Connection Request Policies : Connection request policies (CRPs) are conditions and settings that validate requests for network access and govern where this validation is performed.
· RADIUS Clients and Servers : RADIUS clients are network access servers. If you specify a RADIUS client, then a corresponding RADIUS server entry is required on this access server. Remote HRA servers are configured as RADIUS clients on NPS.
· Remediation Server Groups : Remediation server groups allow you to specify servers that are made available to noncompliant NAP clients so that they can remediate their health state and become compliant with health requirements. Because Windows Firewall is the only health requirement for the test lab, no remediation servers are required.
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