Server 20008 - Module_7_NAP - D R A F T - P rSupporting e...

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DRAF T - P re RTM Published: November 12, 2007 Microsoft Confidential - For Internal and OEM Partner Use Only Supporting Windows Server 2008 for Networking Module 7: Network Access Protection Note: Documentation based on Pre-RTM code. Final product may be different from what is shown or described in this workbook. Note: No Lab manual is available for this workbook.
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Supporting Windows Server 2008 for Networking Module 7: Network Access Protection
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Module 7: Network Access Protection Part 5:IPSec Enforcement Type Overview This Module introduces Windows Server 2008 Network Access Protection (NAP). The Module explains the basic technical concepts and functional overview to build a general understanding of NAP, and identifies the Windows Server 2008 components required to implement NAP. Detailed explanation of NAP architecture and component interaction is provided, as well as hands on Lab exercises addressing DHCP and IPSec NAP Enforcement scenarios. Finally, available NAP troubleshooting tools and techniques are discussed.
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