On Wednesday, Nov 2, I presented an technical overview of the Network Access Protection (NAP) technology to the Seattle Windows Networking User Group. We talked about the purpose of NAP, the different NAP enforcement methods, and then dove into the architecture and components of NAP, demonstrating autoremediation and limited access behaviors for a remote access VPN connection.
Here is my presentation. For the supporting text, see the Introduction to Network Access Protection and Network Access Protection Architecture white papers on the NAP TechCenter.
Joe DaviesPrincipal WriterWindows Server Information Experience (WS iX)