Cisco, Microsoft talk about their NAC for security

Thursday, 14 September 2006, 12:08 AM EST

Cisco and Microsoft recently revealed how they are working toward interoperability between Cisco's Network Access Control and Microsoft's Network Access Protection technologies. The companies used The Security Standard conference last week in Boston to detail how -- when Microsoft's Vista sees widespread adoption and Longhorn server ships at the end of 2007 -- customers will be able to use a jointly developed API to integrate Microsoft systems with, for instance, Cisco's Access Control Server.

At Network World.

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