JSI Tip 6788. Support WebCast: Planning and Implementing IPSec in a Windows 2000 Network.

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In this session we will discuss planning and using Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) in the corporate environment. We will cover configuring and implementing IPSec as well as determining and setting the three levels of security that IPSec allows. We will conclude by discussing how to troubleshoot IPSec connections and reviewing what the best practices are.

This is a Level 100 session that was recorded April 20, 2000 and presented by Robert A. Eggleston. Robert A. Eggleston is currently a Support Professional with Microsoft and has been supporting operating systems for the past 6 years. Prior to joining Microsoft, he designed and deployed software for a major fashion retailer. Robert started working with computers 21 years ago as a military cryptanalyst. He currently supports setup technologies with Windows NT and Windows 2000 in Premier Support. Robert has an extensive background in both networking and security technologies.



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