Install and configure the Symantec Network Access Control (NAC) integrated enforcer plug-in for Microsoft DHCP servers

Article:TECH106233  |  Created: 2008-01-13  |  Updated: 2010-08-13  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH106233
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How to install and configure the Symantec Network Access Control integrated enforcer plug-in for Microsoft DHCP server.

 


Solution




Note: the DHCP plugin can only be installed on a Microsoft DHCP Server.

To install the SNAC DCHP integrated enforcer plug-in:

  1. Run the IntegratedEnforcerInstaller.exe
    located by default in: <Symantec SNAC download>\DHCPPlugin\
  2. In the Welcome panel, click Next.
  3. In the License Agreement panel, click I accept the license agreement.
  4. Click Next.
  5. In the Destination Folder panel select the folder location in which to install the software.
  6. If the Role Selection panel appears selection panel appears slect DHCP Enforcement for Microsoft DHCP Server and click Next.
  7. In the Ready to Install Application Panel, click Next.
  8. When asked whether you want to restart the DHCP server select the desired restart behavior.
    Note: you must restart the DHCP server or the Symantec Integrated Enforcer does not function.


To configure the SNAC DHCP integrated enforcer plug-in:

  1. Open the integrated enforcer
  2. By default it uses 8014 for HTTP port , change it to a port which SEPM uses in IIS. e.g 80
  3. Mentioned the Encryption Password which we uses in SEPM installation.

     
  4. Save the settings.
  5. Start the Server communication Service.


Note: Host Address should be same of SEPM machine.

Once the DHCP plugin is configured correctly, you should see icon in SEPM Console Admin....Server





 



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