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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...

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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...

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Introducing the Forefront Integration Kit for Network Access Protection | TechNet Edge Introducing the Forefront Integration Kit for Network Access Protection, Tom Cloward and Shurti Kala. More...

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Screencast:  Network Access Protection Part 2  | TechNet Edge Hello again, In my previous post on Network Access Protection I showed you how to configure the server and get the switch going for 802.1x authentication.  In this Screencast I'm going to look at what happens at the client end so you can see how to configure a Windows Vista client and then look at s... More...

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Screencast: Network Access Protection with 802.1x (Part 1)  | TechNet Edge One of the most important features of Windows Server 2008 is Network Access Protection.  In it’s simplest terms NAP is a platform Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista for implementing client health requirements on your network. We all know that clients become unhealthy for many reasons.  NAP enforc... More...

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Network Access Protection Client Side Screencast  | TechNet Edge In this screencast Corey Hynes walks us through Network Access Protection, but unlike normal demos we take a look from the client side.  Get a look at what actually occurs on a client machine as it goes in and out of compliance on a Windows Server 2008 network protected by Network Access Protection. More...

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NAP and Forefront | TechNet Edge If you've seen NAP demo'd in the past year or so, chances are the demo was shown with NAP in conjunction with the Windows Security Center, since by default that's the System Health Agent (SHA) included with Vista. NAP has an extendable architecture, which allows other providers to write their own SH... More...

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