TechNet Webcast: Exploring the ISA Server 2000 VPN Deployment Kit – Level 200
Reported by Thomas W Shinder, M.D.
September 25, 2003 – 1:00pm to 2:30pm Pacific Time / 4:00pm Eastern Time.
There are a lot of places you can go to and get all the VPN information you need: large, comprehensive, exhaustive, and excellently written white papers, even entire books on Microsoft VPN servers and gateways. So the question is “why an ISA Server 2000 VPN Deployment Kit?” The challenge with most VPN documentation is that you have to sift through a large amount irrelevant information before you find the information you need.
We’re all living in a world of information overload. The ISA Server 2000 VPN Deployment Kit was written with this in mind! This ISA Server 2000 VPN Deployment Kit concentrates on VPN information both small and medium sized businesses need, and divides this information into manageable chunks. All you need to do is select the particular chunks you need. Each document contains a piece of information that applies to your environment and contains instructions you’ll use to bring your VPN client/server or VPN gateway setup one step closer to reality. This webcast explores the information contained in the kit so that you’ll understand how this deployment kit accelerates and simplifies VPN deployments for virtually any type of organization.
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Steve Riley, Technical Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation
Steve Riley is a product manager in Microsoft’s Security Business Unit in Redmond, Washington, USA. Steve specializes in network and host security, communication protocols, network design, and information security policies and process. His customers include various ISPs and ASPs around the United States, as well as traditional enterprise IT customers, for whom he has conducted security assessments and risk analyses, deployed technologies for prevention and detection, and designed highly-available network architectures. A router-rooter almost from birth, Steve grew up in networking and telecommunications; the simple telephone still provides endless hours of exploratory joy. Steve is a frequent and popular speaker at Microsoft conferences. Besides lurking in the Internet’s dark alleys and secret passages, he enjoys mountain biking, clubbing and the occasional rave, freely sharing his opinions about the intersection of technology and culture, and hanging with his family and friends in the center of the universe otherwise known as Seattle, Washington.