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Using Certificates for IPsec Authentication  | TechNet Edge Learn how to use certificates to provide authentication for your IPsec connections. This demonstration modifies an authenticated and encrypted Telnet connection to use certificates for the authentication method instead of the Kerberos default. For more information about Microsoft Windows IPsec, see ... More...

TechNet Edge, Vic Horne, Zune, iPod, Security, Windows Server 2008 R2, Firewall, IPSEC, WFAS, Videos, English
TMG and UAG using Hardware vs Virtual  | TechNet Edge Richard Hicks, Engineer at Celestix, and I discussed the age old debate of hardware versus software firewall as well as dug a little bit into having Threat Management Gateway (TMG) and Unified Access Gateway (UAG) being virtual, versus on a physical server. Richard also tells us what he likes about ... More...

Forefront, Unified Access Gateway, RSA 2010, Firewall, Threat Management Gateway, Videos, English, HomePage, David Tesar, Zune, iPod, TechNet Edge
How to Encrypt Telnet Traffic with Windows Firewall with Advanced Security and IPsec | TechNet Video Learn how to use Windows Firewall with Advanced Security to deploy IPsec Connection Security Rules and Windows Firewall rules to encrypt Telnet network traffic. You can customize the techniques you learn here for your specific situation and even use Group Policy to deploy your rules to multiple comp... More...

TechNet Edge, Security, Firewall, Ipsec, Videos, English, Vic Horne, Zune, iPod
Windows Firewall with Advanced Security and IPsec Articles and Documents | TechNet Video There is a lot of good information available about Windows Firewall with Advanced Security and IPsec on the Microsoft IPsec home page. This video shows you some of the most popular articles and documents availble from that site. More...

TechNet Edge, Security, Windows Server 2008 R2, Firewall, ipsec, Vic Horne, Zune, iPod
Creating a Firewall Rule to Allow ICMPv4 Echo Requests | TechNet Edge You're trying to do some basic troubleshooting on your network and you ping a machine but it doesn't respond. You know it's there. Why isn't it responding? It's probably the firewall on the machine that's causing the problem. In this screencast you'll see how to create a firewall rule that will allo... More...

TechNet Edge, Networking, Windows 7, Screencasts, Firewall, English, John Baker, Zune, iPod