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Creating the Secure Managed Desktop: Using Group Policy, SoftGrid, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and Other Management Tools by Jeremy Moskowitz

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9.2. Configuring NAP via the NAP Wizard

Now we're ready to configure NAP. We do this within the Network Policy Server snap-in, which is located within Start All Programs Administrative Tools. When you select that snap-in, the Network Policy Server (NPS) console loads and focuses on the NPS (Local) topmost node.

Here we'll use the NAP Wizard (though it's not really called a wizard here) to configure NAP. At the topmost node of NPS, you'll be presented with a Getting Started page, as seen in Figure 9.7.

Ensure that Network Access Protection (NAP) ...

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