Local Request Processing

Updated: May 25, 2011

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Health Registration Authority (HRA) uses a HTTP/HTTPS interface to read and process Network Access Protection (NAP) client health certificate requests. This interface can be configured with custom settings, called request policy, that require NAP client computers to use specified security methods when communicating with HRA.

By default, HRA is configured to allow client computers to use any of the available request policy methods. You can also specify custom settings. If you configure a custom request policy on HRA, you must ensure that NAP clients use these security methods to request health certificates.

Events

Event ID Source Message

2

HRA

The Health Registration Authority was unable to read the request from the host at %1. See the Health Registration Authority administrator for more information.

12

HRA

Microsoft Health Registration Authority received a clear session from %1. See the Health Registration Authority administrator for more information.

13

HRA

Microsoft Health Registration Authority approved a request.

14

HRA

Microsoft Health Registration Authority denied a request. The Network Policy Server has indicated that the client should be quarantined.

20

HRA

Microsoft The Health Registration Authority failed to validate the cert request against the configuration. The Health Registration Authority denied the request with the correlation-id %1 at %2 (principal: %3) because it did not satisfy the cryptographic policy (%4). Discarding the request.

Related Management Information

HRA Server Role

NAP Infrastructure

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