Check out these new technical resources for DirectAccess, the next-generation remote access feature in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 that uses IPv6 for end-to-end connectivity and IPsec for traffic protection:

The Cable Guy describes the technologies that make DirectAccess possible and how DirectAccess allows you to reduce the number of remote access-related servers in your edge network.

This white paper includes instructions for setting up a test lab to demonstrate DirectAccess with a simulated Internet, intranet, and home network.

This Technical Case Study describes how Microsoft IT is using DirectAccess to make users more productive and reduce costs for Internet-connected offices.

For additional technical resources on DirectAccess, see the DirectAccess TechNet Web page.

 

Joe Davies
Principal Technical Writer for the Windows Server Networking Documentation Team