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Windows Server 2012 Unified Remote Access Planning and Deployment by Bala Natarajan, Erez Ben-Ari

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Chapter 9. Deploying NAP and OTP

For the ultrahigh security-focused organization, NAP and OTP are the two magic words that make the information security officer feel all warm and fuzzy (with the occasional nervous breakdown, though, of course). NAP stands for Network Access Protection, and OTP is one time password. NAP allows an organization to detect health information about clients and block them from accessing the network if they don't meet specific health criteria such as an antivirus or security updates to the system. OTP allows an organization to implement an extra authentication factor, which generates a new random password for each connection, thus eliminating the risk of an attacker guessing a credential set and getting access to the ...

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