Is it possible to setup an access list for allowed computers on the network and prevent others from using any network resources like internet and printers. Even with a valid username and password I want them blocked if they are not on the Access Control List.
Answer Question | November 2, 2010 2:41 PM
Access Control List, Access Controls, Network Access Control, Network Access Policy, Network Access Protection, Network security, Network Security Management
How can we use Windows 2008’s Network Access Control to limit intern’s computers from getting to the Internet? Where is this feature setup and do we need a client on the computers or does AD take care of this?
Answer Question | August 31, 2011 3:14 PM
NAC, Network Access Control, Security in 2010, Windows, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 R2 Support
What exactly is Network Access Control in Windows 2008 R2? How can we implement it?
Answer Question | November 23, 2010 4:48 PM
NAC, Network Access Control, Security in 2010, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 R2 Support
Can I mirror a share across the network for high availability and back up purposes? Using Windows 2008 we have several shares. I would like to have the same shares on another Win 2008 box. Can I have changes sent to the box automatically or will I need to script it?
Answer Question | September 15, 2010 3:13 PM
Backup, Network Access Control, Network Backup, Network Share Access, Windows, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server backup
Hi, I would like to know the facts about the NAC (implementation, Deployment and trouble shooting guides) .some questions rasing in my mind. Appreciating your help.
Answer Question | November 25, 2010 11:02 AM
Cisco, Cisco NAC, Cisco security, NAC, Network Access Control, Network security, Network Security Management, Security in 2010
We want to launch an internal website that only can be accessed from our network clients. This includes remote users. Is there an “allow these IPs” list somewhere using is on a Windows 2003 standard? Or will I need to create firewall rules for this?
Answer Question | August 19, 2010 8:49 PM
Firewalls, Internal Website, IP address, Network access, Network Access Control, Network security, Remote User Authentication, Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition
i can see many computers in mynetworkplaces under workgroup,, but if i try to access them it shows that path to the foll comp is not accessible.. please help n accessin allthe computers in the workgroup i.e, a hack to access to all computers and browse contents in that comp
Answer Question | July 20, 2010 4:44 AM
Local Workgroups, My Network Places, Network access, Network Access Control
hi all, i have this general question about workstations belonging to a certain network domain. here is the situation… there are several workstations in room A and another group of workstations in room B. All workstations in both rooms belong to a network domain say C. What is required is that how can one limit [...]
Answer Question | June 17, 2010 8:31 AM
Domain, Network Access Control, User access, Windows XP, Workstations
I am doing NAC research for my company to see what would be the best solution to implement it. We having serious problems with managed and unmanaged users coming onto the network which spread alot of viruses, thats why we need control who is coming onto the network.To give you some background info this is [...]
Answer Question | December 2, 2009 7:12 AM
Access control, Enterasys, Enterasys Networks, NAC, Network Access Control
Is 802.1x the best option for implementing network access controls (NAC)? What are the advantages and disadvantages of 802.1x? What are some other options; and can you compare and contrast the advantages of those against 802.1x?
Answer Question | May 7, 2009 7:28 PM
802.1x, Midmarket security, Network Access Control
Hi everybody, I am not a security expert nor an IT specialist but having a network of 7 terminals, some users are limited account others are administrators, some having XP OS others 98 and 2000.All the 6 terminals has to log on using a user name and a password when trying to click on any [...]
Answer Question | September 23, 2008 10:29 AM
NAC, Network Access Control, Network administration, Network security, User Permissions