DirectAccess is a new feature in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 that enables remote users to securely access intranet shared folders, Web sites, and apps without connecting to a VPN. UAG 2010 SP1 RC extends Windows DirectAccess value by adding support for highly available DirectAccess arrays and integrated support for IPv4 intranet resources. Network Access Protection monitors and assesses the health of client computers when they attempt to connect or communicate on a network. NAP with DirectAccess allows you to specify that only DirectAccess clients that meet system health requirements can reach intranet resources.
- Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate Forefront UAG 2010 SP1 RC DirectAccess Force Tunneling:
This paper contains an introduction to DirectAccess and step-by-step instructions for extending “Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate UAG SP1 RC DirectAccess” to demonstrate UAG SP1 RC DirectAccess Force Tunneling.
- Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate Forefront UAG SP1 RC DirectAccess with Network Access Protection (NAP):
This paper contains step-by-step instructions for extending the “Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate UAG SP1 RC DirectAccess” to demonstrate UAG DirectAccess with NAP on a simulated Internet, intranet, and home network.