Chapter 15. Security Policies, Network Policy Server, and Network Access Protection
In This Chapter
- Understanding Network Access Protection (NAP) in Windows Server 2008
- Deploying a Windows Server 2008 Network Policy Server
- Enforcing Policy Settings with a Network Policy Server
- Deploying and Enforcing a Virtual Private Network (VPN) Using an RRAS Server
Windows Server 2008 contains built-in support for a new set of services and an application programming interface (API) known as Network Access Protection (NAP). NAP supports the ability to restrict network clients based on the overall health of their systems. If, for example, the client attempting to connect to the network does not have the latest security patches or antivirus definitions installed, ...
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