Public School District Reduces Virus-Related Incidents with Network Access Protection

Central Islip, with just one server for all of its users, and its technology partner Network Outsource, installed Windows Server 2008 and Network Policy Server (NPS) to upgrade the system from Windows Server 2003 R2.
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      The Central Islip Public School District serves 1500 employees and 6500 students. Struggling against non-compliant computers in the system and inadequate security measures, the District was looking to strengthen security, reduce virus-related incidents, and increase productivity by creating a more stable network.
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    Windows XP

      Windows XP
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