Terminal Services 2008 Combined with Network Access Protection, from BriForum 2008

Network Access Protection (NAP) is one of the most discussed new features introduced by Microsoft in their Windows Server 2008 platform and respective client updates.

This is a video of a breakout session from BriForum 2008, presented by Thorsten Rood.

Session Description: Network Access Protection (NAP) is one of the most discussed new features introduced by Microsoft in their Windows Server 2008 platform and respective client updates. That technology maybe has a chance of becoming a certain endpoint analysis standard for access control and of course there already exists an interface for utilizing NAP in RDP scenarios.

This session shows how to configure and make use of NAP in RDP-scenarios from scratch. This applies to both application delivery solutions based on terminalservices as well as introducing a new level of security and access control in administrative datacenter scenarios. We'll also compare TS-NAP with Citrix Access Gateway Endpoint Analysis and show pros and cons of those solutions.

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