It depends. You have to understand the flow, and there are version interdependencies.
The client health report is generated by the CLIENT. That gets sent along to the NAP server. For an RRAS client, their NAP service point is the RRAS server - so no, you wouldn’t normally use DHCP enforcement, because the RRAS server wouldn’t necessarily pass along the client’s health report to DHCP. But it’s very version-specific, how all this works - youÂ really should read up on it, andÂ definitely use this stuff (at least in a lab) before you jump into, say, taking an exam. The exams are really geared for folks who’ve used the product - my training video is meant to give you a huge jump start on all that but there’s no substitute for experience. When you start playing with all the various RRAS permutations, it gets complicated. Are you using RRAS to hand out IP addresses, or is it proxying DHCP requests, for example? So…Â it depends.Â NAP’s a pretty complex topic.
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