Plan Remote Access with OTP Authentication
Updated: August 15, 2012
Applies To: Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2
Windows Server 2012 combines DirectAccess and Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) VPN into a single Remote Access role. This overview provides an introduction to the planning steps required in order to deploy Windows Server 2012 Remote Access with one-time password (OTP) client authentication.
Step 1: Plan an Advanced Single Server Deployment. This step includes planning for the infrastructure required to deploy a single server. It includes planning for network and server settings, certificate requirements, DNS settings, network location server deployment, DirectAccess management servers, Active Directory settings, and Group Policy objects (GPOs).
Step 2: Plan the RADIUS Server Deployment.
Step 3: Plan OTP Certificate Deployment.
Step 4: Plan for OTP on the Remote Access Server
After you have completed these planning steps, see Configure DirectAccess with OTP Authentication. For information on configuring a multisite deployment as a proof of concept in a lab environment, see Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate DirectAccess with OTP Authentication and RSA SecurID.