DirectAccess Learning Roadmap and Design Online TechNet Guide

DirectAccess in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 allow remote users to securely access enterprise shares, websites, and applications without connecting to VPN. DirectAccess establishes bi-directional connectivity with user's enterprise network every time a user's DirectAccess-enabled portable computer connects to Internet, even before user logs on. Users never have to think about connecting to […]

DirectAccess in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 allow remote users to securely access enterprise shares, websites, and applications without connecting to VPN. DirectAccess establishes bi-directional connectivity with user's enterprise network every time a user's DirectAccess-enabled portable computer connects to Internet, even before user logs on. Users never have to think about connecting to enterprise network and IT adminis can manage remote computers outside office, even when computers aren't connected to VPN.

The IPD guide for DirectAccess provides actionable guidance for designing a DirectAccess infrastructure – is an easy-to-follow, four-step process gives a straightforward explanation of infrastructure required for clients to be connected from Internet to resources on corporate network, whether or not the organization has begun deploying IPv6.

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