I am horribly busy at the moment, but I simply can’t stop myself from posting this. Check out the details on the Linux NAP Client from Avenda Systems. Oh yeah baby! That’s an awesome page to see! I am going to see if I can get a copy to demo via a webcast. I love it.
While I am on the topic of cool NAP partners, check out UNETsystem’s “Anyclick” NAP extension. Wow, it really gives the administrator fine-grained control of what he defines as “healthy”. Want to do NAP based on:
· Registry value/key Check
· File exist, size, version, date, checksum Check
· Process Check
· OS Version Check
· TCP/UDP Port Check
· Installed Program Check
· INI File
Download their free beta and try it out on Windows Server 2008 RC0 / Vista / XP SP3!
I love it; my excitement for NAP is palpable. :-> Back to work.
Jeff SigmanSenior Program ManagerNetwork Access Protection (NAP)
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Since I spend nearly 1/3 of my week answering (or ignoring :->) emails about the XP NAP Client, I
NAP Team's Jeff Sigman (Senior Program Manager) has posted on the NAP Blog some Q&A regarding