WS2012 DirectAccess: Your Next Gen Remote Access Experience

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With the new DirectAccess and Remote Access enhancements, you can easily provide more secure remote access connections for your users, and then log reports for monitoring and troubleshooting those connections. The new features in Windows Server 2012 support deployments in dispersed geographical locations, improved scalability with high availability, and improved performance in virtualized environments. This session overviews the new integrated remote access solution that is easier to deploy, enabling employees access to corporate network resources while they work remotely, and IT administrators to manage corporate computers that are located outside the internal network.

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      TristanKCom

      Thanks to all who attended the session! Some further notes:

      The "Black Amex" scenario can be achieved with an additional "install Enterprise Edition from the Volume License Center" step (or set of steps), as one of our TAMs pointed out afterwards. More on that here.  

      If you're interested in following the shenanigans of PFEs worldwide, I co-edit the MSPFE blog .

      Also: (fist shake). Chad.

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      Jonas Mellquist

      Good session, but a request for ALL presenters, be sure to repeat the questions from the audience for ALL questions please..

      -Jonas

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