Event ID 6272 — NPS Authentication Status

Updated: December 16, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

When Network Policy Server (NPS) is configured as a RADIUS server, it performs authentication, authorization, and accounting for connection requests received from configured RADIUS clients. If authentication and authorization are successful, users and computers are granted access to the network resources for which they have permissions.

Event Details

Product: Windows Operating System
ID: 6272
Source: Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing
Version: 6.1
Message: Network Policy Server granted access to a user.

%tSecurity ID:%t%t%t%1
%tAccount Name:%t%t%t%2
%tAccount Domain:%t%t%t%3
%tFully Qualified Account Name:%t%4

Client Machine:
%tSecurity ID:%t%t%t%5
%tAccount Name:%t%t%t%6
%tFully Qualified Account Name:%t%7
%tCalled Station Identifier:%t%t%9
%tCalling Station Identifier:%t%t%10

%tNAS IPv4 Address:%t%t%11
%tNAS IPv6 Address:%t%t%12
%tNAS Identifier:%t%t%t%13
%tNAS Port-Type:%t%t%t%14
%tNAS Port:%t%t%t%15

RADIUS Client:
%tClient Friendly Name:%t%t%16
%tClient IP Address:%t%t%t%17

Authentication Details:
%tProxy Policy Name:%t%t%18
%tNetwork Policy Name:%t%t%19
%tAuthentication Provider:%t%t%20
%tAuthentication Server:%t%t%21
%tAuthentication Type:%t%t%22
%tEAP Type:%t%t%t%23
%tAccount Session Identifier:%t%t%24

Quarantine Information:
%tSession Identifier:%t%t%t%26


This is a normal condition. No further action is required.

NPS Authentication Status

Network Policy Server Infrastructure