The white paper Webcast for "Network Access Protection Platform Architecture" white paper is now available for viewing.
This Webcast summarizes the content in the "Network Access Protection (NAP) Platform Architecture" white paper. This Webcast discusses the Network Access Protection (NAP) platform architecture in Microsoft Windows Server Code Name "Longhorn" and Windows Vista (both in beta testing at the time of this posting), the components of client architecture and of server architecture, and how NAP works for various enforcement methods.
What is a white paper Webcast?
A white paper Webcast is a Webcast that presents the technical content contained within a published white paper. White paper Webcasts provide an additional way for IT professionals to learn and assimilate new networking technologies and how Microsoft products can be used to leverage those technologies in scenarios. White papers are comprehensive information resources and good for people who can learn by reading. White paper Webcasts are introductory information resources and are good for visual-oriented people who can learn by watching.
The white paper Webcast is not a replacement for the white paper. The combination of a white paper and its corresponding Webcast is a two-tier model for disseminating technical information:
The white paper Webcast is designed to present the basic information quickly.
The printed white paper is designed to present the basic and detailed technical information and act as a technical reference.
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