Microsoft could fulfill security dreams with NAP

Wednesday, 23 May 2007, 1:51 PM EST

Cisco's been pushing the NAC concept the hardest the past few years, but Microsoft looks to have a huge advantage over everyone because it placed its NAP platform in both Vista and Longhorn -- oops, I mean Windows Server 2008 (such an unexpected and spine-tingling name deserves italics) -- with full support in its management platforms, especially System Center. Although this will only cover your Vista clients and Windows Server 2008 servers hey waitaminnit! What's this "only" stuff?

At InfoWorld.

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