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Microsoft DirectAccess

A feature introduced with Windows 7 and Windows 2008 Server (Release 2) that provides an always-on client-to-server connection. Based on IPSec and IPv6, DirectAccess enables a remote user to have access to the company's server. See IPSec and IPv6.
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Datawatch s DirectAccess system is used to manage the mobile access control solution in its client s demonstration suite.
The world's second largest mobile phone company has said that India is among 29 nations that sought access to its network last year, acknowledging at the same time the existence of secret directaccess wires that are used by government agencies to snoop on private conversations, text messages and emails.
Also recently announced was Celestix DAX, a dedicated platform for deployment of Microsoft DirectAccess that provides seamless remote access for users without the need for a VPN connection.
However, it causes vasoconstriction in the event of inadequate endothelial NO release or presence of leaky endothelium allowing directaccess of acetylcholine to smooth muscle cells, where it can directly induce a contractile response.
And for business customers, Windows 8 Enterprise offers new possibilities in mobile productivity with features like Windows To Go, DirectAccess, and BranchCache, as well as enhanced end-to-end security with features including BitLocker and AppLocker.
DirectAccess and BranchCache are simpler to deploy.
Centrify DirectSecure enhancements Centrify DirectSecure, a solution for securing sensitive information by dynamically isolating cross-platform systems and encrypting data-in-motion, has been upgraded and now includes support for Windows 7 DirectAccess as well as enhanced capabilities so that organizations can establish server isolation of systems that are using F5 solutions for server load balancing.
To support this strategy, the company is deploying Windows 7 with DirectAccess on more than 800 portable computers.
UAG gives administrators expanded options for managing Microsoft's new DirectAccess always on VPN feature in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
The differences between Professional and Ultimate (besides $20 in price) include the addition of BitLocker (file and drive encryption), AppLocker (application program while listing), virtual hard disk booting and DirectAccess (access to corporate resources without a VPN connection).
lt;p>But Microsoft has nonetheless made "significant investment" in improving the VPN functionality to cater to those customers that won't be using DirectAccess because they haven't deployed Windows 7.
Toaddress remote access issues that could hinder employee productivity andcollaboration, the oil company intends to implement the Windows 7 and the WindowsServer 2008 R2 operating systems, which together offer features such as BranchCacheto improve data access at branch offices and DirectAccess to simplify remoteconnectivity.