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July Events for Windows Server 2008: Security & Policy

Please join us for a chat and webcast on Security and Policy in July.  See details below.  To see all Windows Server 2008 activities please click here
Chat:  Understanding Windows Server 2008 Networking and Network Access Protection
Join our experts and ask your pressing questions about key networking features and roles, like Network Access Protection, in Windows Server 2008. Take this opportunity to learn more about how you can implement new network features like auto-tuning and the support for the latest in network acceleration and hardware offload technologies, as well as how to centrally manage network utilization with the new Quality of Service (QoS) Group Policies. This chat also covers the concept of policy-driven network access and illustrates how you can use the solutions Microsoft provides in Windows Server 2008 (like Network Access Protection), and share your ideas and provide feedback.
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Monday, July 16, 2007
10:00 – 11:00 A.M. Pacific Time
TechNet Webcast: Windows Server 2008:  Lessons Learned in a Real-World Network Access Protection Deployment (Level 300)
In this session on Windows Server 2008, we discuss the drivers, challenges, and lessons learned during the Louisiana State University (LSU) Network Access Protection (NAP) deployment. We cover topics including 802.1x and DHCP enforcement methods and integration with the existing physical network and the Active Directory directory service. We also discuss challenges encountered during the deployment, such as integration in a heterogeneous environment and managing policy exceptions. This webcast can help prepare IT professionals who are considering deploying NAP in large, complex enterprise environments.
Friday July 20, 2007
8:00 am Pacific Time
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Network Access Protection with IPSec Enforcement Virtual Lab 
Posted by Katherine Casey
Windows Server 2008 Launch Team