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  30. Component Services
  31. Computer Management
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  33. Distributed File System
  34. Domain Controller Security Policy
  35. Domain Security Policy
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  46. Server Extensions Administrator
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  48. Telnet Server Administration
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  56. Terms
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Windows 2000 IPSec

New IP security policies can be created by selecting "Action" on the menu and selecting "Create IP Security Policy". The IP Security Policy Wizard dialog box will appear.

IP Sec Wizard

Then select a name and description for the policy:

IP Sec Policy Name

Set the default response rule:

Requests for Secure Communication

Set the authentication method:

Default Response Rule Authentication Method


Finish IP Security Policy wizard

Managing IP Filter Lists

Select "Action" on the menu and select "Manage IP filter lists and filter actions". The below dialog box appears.

IP Filter Lists

Select "All ICMP Traffic" and select the "Edit" button.

Manage IP Filter Lists

Click on the edit button and the "Filter Properties" dialog box is displayed.

Filter Properties Address Tab
Filter Properties Protocol Tab
Filter Properties Description Tab

If "All IP Traffic" is selected and the "Edit" button is selected:

Manage IP Filter Lists

This is the "Manage IP Filter lists and filter actions" dialog box "Manage Filter Actions" tab.

Manage IP Filter Actions

Select the filter action, "Request Security (Optional)" and click on the "Edit" button and the "Request Security (Optional) Properties dialog box appears.

Request Security (Optional) Properties - Security Methods Tab
Request Security (Optional) Properties - General Tab

Secure Server Properties

Local IP Policies

Right click on "Secure Server" and select "Properties".

Secure Server Properties - Rules Tab

Selecting "All IP Traffic" and clicking the "Edit" button produces the "Edit Rule Properties" dialog box. It has 5 tabs as shown below:

Edit Rules Properties - IP Filter List Tab
Edit Rules Properties - Filter ActionTab
Edit Rules Properties - Authentication Methods Tab

If the "Edit" button is clicked, the Edit authentication Method dialog box appears.

Edit Authentication Method Properties
Edit Rules Properties - Tunnel Setting Tab
Edit Rules Properties - Connection Type Tab