UPDATE: 17/10/07 Second Perth TechNet Update session cancelled due to low numbers. Our apologies for the inconvenience.
Due to popular demand, we’ve put on a second session for the TechNet Perth Update.
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Windows Network Policy Server and Wireless Security
In this session we will look at Network Policy Server in Windows Server 2008, and how to implement Network Access Protection. The session will start with an introduction to the Network Policy Server (NPS). We will see how it can play a valuable role in maintaining the integrity of an internal computer network. Then we will see how to deploy and configure NAP. We will show you how NAP works, and how it employs NPS. The session will also take a look at some wireless networks and why they aren’t secure. Then see how to build a secure wireless network – a really rock solid one.
What will be covered:
- Network Policy Server Architecture and Functionality
- Deploying and configuring Network Access Protection (NAP) for 802.1x
- Why many secure wireless deployments aren’t secure
- Deploying and configuring a secure wireless network
Demonstrations in this Session:
- Reviewing Network Policies
- Configuring NAP for 802.1x
- Examining Connection Trace events
- Configuring secure wireless
Deploying and managing a Microsoft Windows Server Update Services 3.0 Server
This session focuses on Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) network architecture and deployment methodologies, from single server to replica hierarchies. It also covers how to migrate from WSUS 2.0 to WSUS 3 and looks at the day-to-day management of Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), including backup strategy, compliance reporting, reboot strategy, and health monitoring.
What we will cover:
- What’s changed in WSUS 3.0
- What changed on the client
- How you administer WSUS 3.0
- How you migrate from WSUS 2.0