Network Access Protection: New Ways to Keep Your Network Healthy

Network Access Protection: New Ways to Keep Your Network Healthy

Network Access Protection (NAP) is a security-policy enforcement technology built into Windows Server Longhorn, Windows Vista, and WindowsXP-sp2 that allow a computer administrator to develop and enforce compliance with health policies for network access and communication. Learn NAP can be used to enhance the security of your network.


Mark Mizrahi Global Knowledge Instructor Mark Mizrahi has been an MCSE since NT3.51 with a specialty in Security. He is an MCT and currently teaches Microsoft curriculum for Global Knowledge. He is President of Standard Computer Services and consults for various Fortune 500 companies. He designs and implements web-based Internet security and video surveillance systems for a diversified customer base. Keeping up with the new technologies of Windows Vista and Longhorn platforms is part of his daily intake of information, and he loves sharing it with his clients and students.
Global Knowledge
06 Jan 2007
01 Jan 2007
9 Page(s)
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