IP-HTTPS Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.Windows.RemoteAccess.2012.Class.IPHTTPS
  • Description:  IP-HTTPS
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Entity
    Logical Entity
    Application Component
    Windows Application Component
    IP-HTTPS

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
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The IP Helper service (iphlpsvc) has stopped. DirectAccess might not function as expected. The IP Helper service provides tunnel connectivity using the connectivity platform, IPv6 transition technologies, and IP-HTTPS. The IP-HTTPS listener is inactive and cannot accept connections from DirectAccess clients. Unknown error occured with IPHttps The certificate binding to HTTPS port 443 has changed. This certificate is used for IP-HTTPS authentication. Without the correct certificate, clients cannot connect. The IP-HTTPS certificate is not valid. The IP-HTTPS certificate is missing. Route advertisement is disabled on the IP-HTTPS adapter. The IP-HTTPS route does not have published property enabled Forwarding is disabled on the IP-HTTPS adapter. The specified IP-HTTPS certificate is different from the VPN SSTP certificate. IP-HTTPS and SSTP must use the same certificate because both use port 443. IP-HTTPS DirectAccessServer

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Properties

Display Name Description
Display Name Display name of monitoring object.

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Relations

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Health Target
NameClassType
DirectAccessServer Hosts IP-HTTPS IP-HTTPS Hosting

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Summary

When the Remote Access Services setup Getting Started Wizard or Remote Access Setup Wizard is run, it will check the status of network interfaces on the server to determine if the DirectAccess server is located behind a NAT device. In this configuration, only IP over HTTPS (IP-HTTPS) will be deployed. The IP-HTTPS protocol is an IPv6 transition technology that allows for a secure IP tunnel to be established using a secure HTTP connection.

This class is an abstraction of the transition technology.

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See Also for Windows Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) Management Pack


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