Network Access Protection (NAP)

Latest news from the Network Access Protection (NAP) team at Microsoft.

March, 2007

  • MVP Summit – NAP Deep Dive Results

    I want to thank all of the MVPs who travelled to Redmond last week and spent 90 minutes with the NAP team. I received feedback from both MVPs and NAP team members that the session went really well and that it was deemed enjoyable, valuable, etc. Awesome...
  • Time for your NAP (follow-up /corrections)

    I wanted to follow-up on Adam's great post from last week on NAP's roll-out here within Microsoft. He stated: That actually seemed like a low number to me, and MSIT assures me that it's a reporting error, so I'll update that figure when I get a...
  • MVP Summit: NAP deep-dive session scheduled

    Hello MVPs! Are you interested in the highly anticipated, super exciting, #2 feature in Longhorn Server - Network Access Protection (NAP)? Are you traveling to Redmond for the MVP Summit next week? If the answer is “yes” to both of these questions, I...
  • Web Chat: Deploying NAP end-to-end in your Enterprise

    The Enterprise Networking Group is hosting a web chat on Tuesday, March 13 th , 2007 at 11 A.M. (Redmond/Pacific Standard Time). This web chat will focus on deploying the #2 feature in Longhorn Server - Network Access Protection (NAP). There will be the...
  • Time for your NAP

    I don't remember when I first starting hearing about Network Access Protection (NAP) but I know it was over a year ago, because I used to mention it in passing when I talked to customers about Windows Server 2003 R2 . I think it was originally a feature...