If you’ve got DirectAccess running in your environment for remote access you’ll know how great and seamless it is for your end users. For businesses with large segmented internal networks we need to make sure that your external users can access all of the internal resources they need. For this to happen we need to … Continue reading "Allowing DirectAccess to other internal Subnets or VLANs in your Network"
So we had recently enabled DNS scavenging for a large environment who also had a DirectAccess server. The next day we were getting help desk calls about remote users not able to connect and those who were in the office unable to use their devices. One of the cornerstones of DirectAccess is DNS and the … Continue reading "Watch out when you enable DNS Scavenging and have a DirectAccess environment"
I recently had to extract some data from our DirectAccess server to get information about a particular user and their number of connections during a time period along with data transferred. The Remote Access Management Console allows you to view these details but not extract or save them. So I turned to PowerShell and used … Continue reading "Extracting Reporting data from your DirectAccess Server to CSV using PowerShell"