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IPv6 for Dummies: There is no place like ::1 Since Windows Vista, we started seeing some strange codes in our IPConfigs. The purpose of this session is to get a first look at the new generation of IP protocols and understand their benefits and how they differ from IPv4. More...

TechNet Edge, Zune, iPod, Michael Epprecht, Media, Swiss TechDays11, IPv6, Screencasts
Windows 7 and Network Connectivity Get a comprehensive look at network connectivity in Windows 7.-IPv4 network settings, connections, and connectivity issues-IPv6 network settings, connections, and connectivity issues-Automatic private IP addressing (APIPA)-Connecting to a wireless network-Configuring security settings on the client-... More...

TechNet Edge, Zune, iPod, Chris Caldwell, Windows 7, IPv4, IPv6, Network, APIPA, Security, Windows, Windows Firewall, Screencasts
Windows 7 DirectAccess Explained  | TechNet Edge The Windows® 7 and Windows Server® 2008 R2 operating systems introduce DirectAccess, a new solution that provides users with the same experience working remotely as they would have when working in the office. With DirectAccess, remote users can access corporate file shares, Web sites, and applicatio... More...

Networking, IPv6, Network Access Protection, Windows 7, English, Windows Server 2008 R2, Direct Access, Windows 7 Client, Articles, Featured, TechNet Edge, Yung Chou
Windows 7 DirectAccess User Experience | TechNet Edge This is a follow-up posting with Windows 7 DirectAccess explained. Here, I configured a simple infrastructure with my Hyper-V-enabled laptop to demonstrate the user's experience in accessing corporate resources with DirectAccess including: DirectAccess server with 2 network adapters and 2 consecutiv... More...

TechNet Edge, Networking, IPv6, Network Access Protection, Windows 7, DirectAccess, Windows Server 2008 R2, Videos, English, Yung Chou, Zune, iPod
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