Actually in your situation you do not need IAS. WS03 RRAS allows you to
create remote access policy, choose an authentication method, etc, and it
will authenticate and authorize connection requests against the AD user
accounts database (or against the security accounts manager/SAM database on
the local machine).
If you look at the How To Help topics for remote access policies, you will
note that many of them tell you how to perform the procedure on an RRAS
server OR in IAS.
James McIllece, Microsoft
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