TechNet Online Event: Windows Server 2008 Network Access Protection (NAP) Technical Overview (ITPROADD-302)
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In this session, we will discuss Network Access Protection and how it works. First, we will introduce you to Network Access Protection (NAP), which is a new platform that ensures the health of your systems by performing computer health policy validation and many other processes. We will take a look at NAP enforcement and the many enforcement options that can combine to ensure that you have healthy systems. Then we will look at how to enforce health polices for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Internet Protocol security (IPsec) as well as Routing and Remote Access (RRAS) and how it allows you to enforce health policies on VPN-based remote access connections to an intranet.
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