Validating identity network
The graphic bellow illustrates how this is done: Most brut force tools currently out there do not take in to account NLA, it would slow down the process even more and add another level of complexity.
Since no packet will reach the RDP service until Cred SSP has finished negotiation of the connection it protects the servers from Do S and exploits.
Right click on your wireless connection, and then click on Properties.
Know you should have a proper policy that cam be applied, but before we apply the policy we have to give permission on the Domain Computers group in the domain the permission to apply it: And now we have a GPO that can be linked to any Domain in the forest or Organization Unit.
Once applied when a connection is made we can see the security in use by clicking on the lock on the top of a Remote Desktop Session in Windows and it will tell us how we where authenticated: On those host that do not have RDP enabled you will see that the only option available is to use NLA As always I hope you find this blog post informative and useful.
Now we select Computer Configuration/Policies/Windows Settings/Public Key Policies under that node we double click on Certificate Services Client – Auto-Enrollment we now select on the properties under Configuration Model we select Enable and make sure that the boxes for managing certificates in the store and for updating the certificate if the template is modified.
Now we have finished the section that will cover the certificate assignment for computers that get this GPO applied to.