NAP’ing TechEd Orlando 2008!

I wanted to post a quick note before I head to bed (got to get over the Orange County Convention Center in the wee morning). I just arrived in Orlando this evening for the huge IT Pro TechEd event which starts tomorrow. Something on the order of 7,500 attendees in the house, wow! I am giving two NAP breakout sessions this year. I’ve got some really sweet demos lined up; it is going to sizzle (but hopefully not explode on stage). Here are a few teasers:

·         NAP on Linux with 802.1X enforcement

·         NAP blocking an application install using a 3rd party plug-in

·         NAP on an appliance (think 10 minute NAP deployment for a small/medium business)

·         NAP running on a Mac? No, say it isn’t so!

I thought I would share out my PowerPoint slides (if you are interested). If you are at TechEd, please come to one of my sessions (and stick around afterwards to introduce yourself)!




IT Conference


Network Access Protection Overview (Repeats on 6/13)
Session Day/Time: 6/10/2008 1:15PM-2:30PM

IT Conference


Network Access Protection Overview (Repeated from 6/10)
Session Day/Time: 6/13/2008 10:15AM-11:30AM


Wish me luck!!!

{Jeff Sigman}{Senior Program Manager & NAP Hero}{Enterprise Security Group}
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Comments (5)

  1. Anonymous says:

    I just got back from TechEd 2008 North America (Orlando) where I presented two “breakout” sessions on

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hey NAP fans, I’m Alex Chalmers from Ball State University with a guest post about NPS logging. If you

  3. Anonymous says:

    NAP – with Jeff Sigman and Others Jeff Sigman – Microsoft Chris Boscolo – Napera Networks, Inc. Alex

  4. Anonymous says:

    My NAP overview session went very well yesterday. All the demos went off perfect, and I thought {most}

  5. Anonymous says:

    NAP 802.1X Configuration Walkthrough – Part 2 This is a continuation from Part 1 . Step 2 – Windows Server

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