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Previously, when organizations wanted to interact with each other, they needed to share very sensitive information, often through the implementation of external ADDS directories The problem with this is that any sensitive information store, such as a directory, that is exposed to external resources can be hacked if the malicious attacker is determined enough
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Fortunately, WS08 includes a series of tools that avoid the need for the implementation of ADDS technologies in perimeter networks For example, if you only intend to provide access to an external application, you can always rely on ADLDS to do so ADLDS provides many of the features of ADDS without exposing highly sensitive information A better way to provide integration between organizations that want to share applications is through Active Directory Federation Services ADFS provides a simple, encrypted identity federation process and supports Web single sign-on In addition, ADFS can be integrated with ADRMS to provide extended information rights management services The ADFS process is simple (see Figure 10-15): 1 A client wants to access a Web application 2 The Web server verifies with a Resource Federation Server (RFS) to see if the client is granted access Because the request must traverse a firewall, the Web server first contacts a Resource Federation Proxy Server, who then contacts the actual RFS 3 The RFS checks with an Account Federation Server (AFS), once again through a proxy, to see which access rights the user has The AFS is directly linked to the organization s internal ADDS and obtains access rights from the directory 4 The AFS responds to the Web server with the client s access rights 5 The Web server grants access to the application The process is simple, but the implementation of ADFS is more complex The advantage is that through ADFS, each partner organization can rely on their own internal ADDS directories to grant users access to external applications This makes access management much simpler and straightforward
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Another very powerful function of WS08 is Network Access Protection NAP regroups a series of technologies to protect networks through the validation of client configurations prior to the establishment of a connection to internal network resources This means that clients who do not conform to specific health policies for example, by having up-to-date antivirus signatures, up-to-date software updates, or up-to-date service packs are quarantined in a restricted resource network zone, brought up to date, and then once they
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validate that they are up to date, are provided with a fully functional network connection This level of protection is useful for both resource pools and VSOs NAP provides quarantines or limited access enforcement for the following technologies: IPSec connections Wired (IEEE 8023) connections Wireless (IEEE 80211) connections DHCP connections Virtual private networks Terminal Services connections Host Credential Authorization Protocol (HCAP) connections based on HTTP NAP relies on a health validation server to determine the health status of devices requesting connections NAP systems include remediation servers, enforcement servers, health servers, and policy management systems Basically, any connection to the network can be protected, so long as the client supports this level of protection By default, Vista clients include this level of support When all the pieces are in place, you determine the level of protection you want to apply Once in place, your connection requests will always pass through the Network Policy Server (see Figure 10-16) and will work as follows: 1 The client will initiate a connection request using either a wired or wireless connection 2 The connection provider (HTTP, DHCP, VPN, Switch, Router, or TS Gateway) will verify with the Network Policy to see what it should do with the connection request 3 The Network Policy Servers will provide the provider with the appropriate policy The policy should request a health validation of the client
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