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    Pretty much like a VPN on ISA from what i remember.

    You can set parameters that computers must meet to join your network, ie OS, Virus program up to date, Firewalled etc.. and until the computer meets your settings it will be denied or given limited access as you choose.

    There was an online Microsoft eLearning ages ago when Vista came out.

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    Ah - worth investigating further then, cheers.. have some thanks

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    haha cheers.

    Can't find the elearning thing anymore but herehttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/n.../bb545879.aspx is the Microsoft page on it, there's an Introductory Word document probably best starting with.

    Further down there's a Virtual Lab and other stuff.

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    I'm pretty sure it's policy based and uses some kind of agent.

    I can't see how it manages to isolate the client if it's joined to the physical network unless it forces it into an IP segment with only update servers on untill it meets the requirements.

    I'll take a look at that link.

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    Rusty memories here to be honest, I'll need to read up again for any other questions - knowledge ran out tut!

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    This doc is an interesting read as suspected it's a collection of services.

    http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...40/NAPArch.doc

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    I'm playing with Server 2008, and I see alot of new policies (obviously ones that say 'requires Vista' won't work with XP) - my question is that several of the other features (the preferences folder in GPMC springs to mind) - would these work on XP SP2 or are they Vista only?

    If they are Vista only, then the reasoning for us to go Server 2008 just dropped considerably, but if not - I see an upgrade coming.

    Cheers,

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    They do work with Windows XP but...

    You need a ClientSide Extension, which, AFAIK, wont be available until Windows 2008 goes to RTM..

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    Will it be included with XP SP3?

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    The client technology is included in XP SP3 yes.

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    Ah thats good to know...

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    Does anyone know when MS plan to make Server 2008 available through MVLS now that its at RTM stage?

    Had a look just now and its not on mine as yet.

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    It was released today.

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    I'll have another check tomorrow, I've got the products keys, just need the ISO image.

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