Network Access Protection (2008)

NAP enforces health requirements by monitoring and assessing the health of client computers when they attempt to connect or communicate on a network. Client computers that are not in compliance with the health policy can be provided with restricted network access until their configuration is updated and brought into compliance with policy. Depending on how NAP is deployed, noncompliant clients can be quarantined or automatically updated so that users can quickly regain full network access without manually updating or reconfiguring their computers.
 
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