Posts Tagged ‘DirectAccess’

This is part four in a series of questions related to DirectAccess and VPNs. Last week we addressed whether Microsoft can improve the implementation of DirectAccess under Windows Server 2012. Earlier in our series we examined the hardware requirements with DirectAccess and whether DirectAccess, in combination with Windows 8, supersedes VPNs.  Question: Do networks that employ the Windows Server [...]

Over the past week, we’ve featured a series of installments that answer your questions about VPNs and DirectAccess. Of particular interest to you were the hardware requirements for DirectAccess, if DirectAccess supercedes VPNs, and what issues Microsoft could improve or optimize. Before releasing Part 4 of the series, we want to know: How often do [...]

Over the past week, we’ve featured a series of installments that answer your questions about VPNs and DirectAccess. Of particular interest to you were the hardware requirements for DirectAccess, if DirectAccess supercedes VPNs, and what issues Microsoft could improve or optimize. Before releasing Part 4 of the series, we want to know: How often do [...]

This is part three in a series of questions related to DirectAccess and VPNs. Earlier this week we addressed the hardware requirements with DirectAccess and whether DirectAccess, in combination with Windows 8, supersedes VPNs. Question: Its inflexible and complex implementation was one of the greatest weaknesses of DirectAccess in combination with Windows Server 2008 R2. [...]

Today’s post kicks off a series of questions related to DirectAccess and VPNs that we’ll post over the next few weeks. Question: Microsoft equipped Windows 8 with additional DirectAccess features. Why should companies that have deployed Windows 8, continue using VPNs? Patrick Oliver Graf: At first glance, the reasons for implementing VPNs in a pure [...]