Deploying Virtual Private Networks With Microsoft Windows Server 2003.pdf
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[color=aqua]About The BookThe essential guide to designing and deploying Windows-based VPN solutions.Get the focused, in-depth technical expertise you need to deploy virtual private networks (VPNs) using the Windows Server 2003 operating system. The authors—networking specialists from the Microsoft Windows Server team—thoroughly detail VPN components, capabilities, and security considerations for remote access and site-to-site connections. From planning and design to deploying and troubleshooting your solution, you get expert technical guidance through all key decision points and procedures. This guide also features an end-to-end deployment example and best practices information, with additional resources on CD.
Get the technical drill-down you need to:
# Evaluate your organization’s interoperability and security requirements
# Define and implement VPN-related network infrastructure—including routing, name resolution, Active Directory domains, and certificate services
# Select and implement VPN protocols—PPTP and L2TP/IPSec
# Implement advanced security services, including Network Access Quarantine Control and certificate-based authentication
# Design, configure, and deploy VPN servers, including firewall configuration
# Configure RADIUS authentication for VPN connections
# Plan and implement remote access policies
# Use Connection Manager for large-scale remote access VPN deployment
# Set up a VPN test lab
# Learn expert troubleshooting tactics—including solutions to common problems
# VPN Deployment Calculator
# Troubleshooting worksheets
# Fully searchable eBook
About Joseph Davies and Elliot LewisJoseph Davies is a program manager on the Networking and Communications team in the Microsoft Windows® product group. He is the author of Understanding IPv6 and Deploying Secure 802.11 Wireless Networks with Microsoft Windows and the coauthor of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 TCP/IP Protocols and Services Technical Reference.
Elliot Lewis, a program manager in the Network Infrastructure group on the Windows Server team, is responsible for routing, remote access, and VPN solutions for Windows Server 2003. He is MCSE, CCDP, CCSE, and MCT certified.[/color]