Deploying network access quarantine control, part 2

Monday, 30 August 2004, 12:10 PM EST

In the last article, I stepped through how the process of network access quarantine control (NAQC) works and offered detailed deployment instructions. In this second and final installment, I'll continue the procedure by finishing the deployment, then discuss how ISA Server 2004's entrance to the marketplace changes the field of NAQC and how quarantining is implemented within ISA Server itself.

Let's start where we left off.

By Jonathan Hassell at SecurityFocus.

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