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Windows Server® 2008 Administrator’s Companion by Charlie Russel and Sharon Crawford

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Planning the Deployment

One step in the deployment of Network Access Protection cannot and should not be stinted: Planning the deployment. This step is essential for a successful implementation. Do you have the necessary network clients, servers, and switches to make a NAP deployment successful? Have you defined a policy for what is and isn’t a healthy computer? Can you restrict access, or will you merely use NAP as a means to report health status? Can you successfully identify and organize unsupported platforms so that they can be isolated and separated? Is your staff proficient in Active Directory and Group Policy to set groups and policies?

NAP Shopping List

First, inventory the network and determine network health polices before a deployment—even ...

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