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Microsoft Network Access Protection

By jim.wells ·
Microsoft recently announced partnerships with 25 systems integrators, along with many highly regarded security experts and networking companies. It is unveiling a new technology it calls Network Access Protection (NAP), which will be added in the R2 update of Windows Server in late 2005. In a nutshell security policies can be set on Microsoft remote access servers and linked to policies throughout the network. Many feel the company is on track with this one and are eagerly awaiting its release. What do you think? Is this the missing piece to the networking security nightmares that have dogged the company for years, or is it another band-aid till they can produce an out of the box secure server network system?

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