Network Access Protection (NAP) is a set of technologies that were introduced with the release of Windows Server 2008 and encompass many different aspects of network compliance and security. This talk discusses in detail how NAP works with existing network security mechanisms as well as what should be considered in your network access policy decisions. This talk features real-world customer examples of NAP deployments and is delivered by one of Microsoft's foremost experts on the topic of customer design and deployment.
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