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  • Blog Post: Microsoft's Network Access Protection

    For several months now, our team has been doing live events around the US demonstrating the value of Windows Server 2008 Network Access Protection. Network Access Protection is one of the new features that comes built-in to Windows Server 2008 that helps enforce health policies on machines connecting...
  • Blog Post: Network Access Protection and Windows XP

    We are currently doing content on Network Access Protection at our live TechEvents across the country. During one of my events I got questioned on my statements about only needing XP SP2 in order to have a Windows XP machine in a a NAP environment. My questioner disagreed and said that XP SP3 was the...
  • Blog Post: Just Published: Network Policy Server (NPS) Technical Reference

    What is NPS? Network Policy Server (NPS) is a networking component of Windows Server® 2008 that allows you to create and enforce organization-wide network access policies for client health , connection request authentication , and connection request authorization . What Else Can NPS Do? NPS...
  • Blog Post: “Save the Day” TechNet Resources - January and February 2008

    Future Live, In-Person Event Information TechNet (for IT Pros): http://www.technetevents.com/johnbaker MSDN (for Software Developers): http://www.MSDNEvents.com Microsoft Across America: http://www.microsoft.com/acrossamerica $100 TechNet Subscription Promotion – Yes.. save $100! (Valid...
  • Blog Post: Network Access Protection and Linux ...and NAP for Mac's is just around the corner!!!

    I've been asked several times is there a NAP client for Linux machines. The answer? YES!!! Its available from Avenda. Go to http://www.avendasys.com/products/nap/ for additional details.