There is a update that adds new Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) rules. The rules are for DirectAccess on the servers that are running Windows Server 2012.
The following rules are added:
- Checks whether the Domain Name System (DNS) address that is used for internal network resources is correct. If the internal interface of the DirectAccess server has only an IPv4 address, the DNS server that is configured in the Name Resolution Policy Table (NRPT) must be the DNS64 address.
- Gives a warning if the option that enables DirectAccess for Windows 7 clients is not selected.
- Returns an error if the DirectAccess server is also a domain controller.
- Returns an error if both force tunneling and Kerberos authorization are configured on the DirectAccess server.
- Returns an error if the AcceptInterface parameter for DNS64 does not use the same IP address as the one that is used for DNS64.
- If DirectAccess is configured by using the Remote Access Management user interface, checks whether DirectAccess policies are configured on the server.
- Gives a warning if any certificate that can be used on the DirectAccess server has subject alternative names (SANs) but no subject name.
- Provides information if the order of the Internal network interface is below the Internet network interface in Adapters and Bindings.
- Gives a warning if the private key of the IP-HTTPS certificate does not exist on the server when the certificate is used.
- Gives a warning if the DirectAccess client security group includes desktop computers.
- Sends an HTTP request to test whether the certificate revocation list (CRL) field in the IP-HTTPS certificate that is configured on the DirectAccess server is valid. If the request fails, a warning is displayed. This test is only required when Windows 7 clients are configured for DirectAccess.
- Sends an HTTP request to test whether the CRL field in the network location server certificate that is configured on the DirectAccess server is valid. If the request fails, a warning is displayed. This test is only required when Windows 7 clients are configured for DirectAccess, and when NLS is deployed on the DirectAccess server.
- Checks whether an Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol (ISATAP) router or load balancing is configured on the network. If this is the case, checks the DNS records for ISATAP. The DNS server should have the records for the internal dynamic IP (DIP) of the server and for the internal virtual IP of the load balancer.
- Checks whether the email address field is configured for Network Connectivity Assistant.
- Checks whether the default gateway is configured on the Internet interface instead of on the Internal interface. If the check fails, a warning is displayed.
- Gives a warning if NRPT exemptions are configured when force tunneling is deployed.
- Makes sure that probes other than Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) probes are configured in NCA.
Download the update here: HERE