To go along with the release of Windows 7 last week, Microsoft have today released the Infrastructure Planning and Design guide (IPD) for DirectAccess.
Microsoft have just released a beta of the Infrastructure Planning and Design guide for DirectAccess.
Why would you use Microsoft Windows 7 DirectAccess to help your mobile and remote workers? How might it help de-perimeterise your network? Is it work the IPv6 hassle?
DirectAccess offers some fantastic functionality for mobile workers, making remote access to corporate systems completely seamless. It’s requirement for IPv6 however is a little bit scary.
A couple of weeks ago I was fortunate to be offered a place on a two day class at Microsoft to learn about the DirectAccess functionality of Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2. So what is Windows 7 DirectAccess?