This week in episode 021 I’m joined by Richard Hicks which is a networking and information security expect specializing in Microsoft technologies. As a four-time Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), he has traveled around the world speaking to network engineers, security administrators, and IT professionals about Microsoft edge security and remote access solutions. A former information security engineer for a Fortune 100 financial services company in the U.S., he has nearly two decades experience working in large scale corporate computing environments. He has designed and deployed perimeter defense and secure remote access solutions for some of the largest companies in the world. Richard has served as a technical reviewer on several Windows networking and security books, and is a contributing author for WindowsSecurity.com and ISAserver.org.
In this podcast we talk all about Direct Access and Remote Access, the overall differences between the two concepts and some of the stumbling blocks that people may run into when planning on deploying Direct Access on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012.