Network Access Protection (NAP)

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"The beginning is a very delicate time."

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Welcome to the first entry in the Network Access Protection (NAP) blog. Wow, this is like writing my first "C" application (HelloWorld.exe).


It is important to start out with the intended purpose of this blog:

1.) Connect Microsoft customers and partners with the NAP engineering team. Share our knowledge of this product / technology with the people who are going to live and breathe it.

2.) Build a sense of community between the NAP engineering team and our customers / partners. You have a team of people committed to your success with NAP.

3.) Provide "the place" for the latest, cool, up-to-date NAP information for all the folks out in the world dying to get their hands on it (or just know more about it).

4.) Show you the real people behind the hard work, that without which, NAP would be just another good idea.

Sound cool? I think so. As I emphasize in the "About" section, please let me know what you think and feel free to send me your direct feedback (or just post lots of comments).



Jeff Sigman [MSFT]
NAP Release Manager *
* Remove the "online" to actually email me.
** This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.


  • It is almost two years ago that I launched the NAP blog with these words . I now consider it a tradition

  • Wow. What a ride. When I started the NAP Blog back in May 2006 I never thought how much fun it would

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