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Support WebCast: Network Access Protection platform architecture

Article ID: 924160

Article Last Modified on 8/27/2007


  • Windows Vista Enterprise
  • Windows Vista Ultimate

Session Summary

This on-demand Support WebCast summarizes the content in the following Network Access Protection (NAP) platform architecture white paper: This WebCast discusses the NAP platform architecture in Microsoft Windows Server Code Name "Longhorn" and in Microsoft Windows Vista, the components of client architecture and of server architecture, and how NAP works for various enforcement methods.

This is a Level 300 session that was recorded July 21, 2006 and presented by Joseph Davies. Joseph Davies is a technical writer in the Windows Networking and Device Technologies group at Microsoft. He has been a technical writer and instructor of TCP/IP and networking technology topics since 1992. Joseph has written product documentation, Web content, training courseware, and five books for Microsoft Press.

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