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Windows Server® 2008 Networking and Network Access Protection (NAP) by Microsoft Networking Team, Tony Northrup, Joseph Davies

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Remediation Servers

Remediation servers are the subset of your intranet that noncompliant NAP clients can access when you configure your health requirement policies to enforce limited access. The remediation servers include network infrastructure servers and health update servers. The noncompliant NAP client uses these servers or the resources on these servers to perform remediation, either automatically or manually. It is also possible to configure your health requirement policies to enforce limited access for non-NAP-capable clients.

Remediation servers are not required if you are using reporting mode. In reporting mode you are not limiting the access of noncompliant NAP clients. However, to realize the benefit of NAP to restrict the access of ...

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