Wireless Networking Protocols and Standards
The recent advances in wireless networking technology have enabled individuals to connect to networks from virtually any place a wireless access point is available. Many offices are taking advantages of the ease of setup of WLANs, which allow for mobility and portability of computers and other devices located within the office. And public access points in locations such as restaurants and airports permit users to send and receive data from many places that would have been unthought-of not too many years ago. Along with this convenience comes an increased chance of unauthorized access to the networks and the data they contain.
Windows Server 2008 improves upon the wireless support included ...