0 Replies Latest reply on Sep 18, 2014 11:37 AM by nhilez

    Network access control using NAP


      Is anyone implementing network access control using NAP?  If so I need to pick your brain.

      • Can connection policies be set so that if a client has a clean Statement of Health that is less than a certain amount of time old that the client is automatically given network access?
      • If the connectivity between the NAP enforcement point and the health policy server is down, how is the client treated?
      • Any "gotchas" that I should know about?

      I'm looking to install NAP at our corporate offices (2) and all our remote sites (70).  Corp offices have DCs but remote sites do not.  If connectivity back to corporate from a remote site is lost, does that mean no one can access the network?