Server and domain isolation using IPsec and Group Policy

Tuesday, 5 April 2005, 12:55 PM EST

This article demonstrates how IPsec transport mode can be leveraged as one of the best means currently available to protect corporate networks. This protection can minimize losses due to information theft, compromise of credentials, and administrative costs. This solution also clearly contrasts IPsec transport mode from the more widely known IPsec tunnel mode, one of the prevalent VPN technologies today.

At WindowSecurity.com

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