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We all know the Windows 2008 (R2) operating systems and I find them great to work with. Already, half of the sold licences for this product range has been installed as a virtual machine and its only getting more the next couple of years. This article wants to share with you one of the best great new things in Windows 2012 Server editions and it's called Direct Access Control, lets name that DAC for the rest of these articles. 


Windows Server 2012 has lots of other great functionalities, but this one got my attention right away. This article contains a link to the video that has been made on TechEd 2012 and it can bedownload from
this url.


In this video, that is a little more than a hour long, Gunjan Jain and Nir Ben Zvi will explain almost everything thats new in Dynamic Access Control (DAC) and its capabilities that are built into Windows 2012 now. Data Leakage Prevention is very well explained as well as Compliance on several levels. Other topics that are included in this video are Active Directory claims, authorization en auditing(policiy); the new ACL model and data classifications. Various scenarios for setting up and maintaining data with help of the toolkit are included as well.


So, iare you an administrator, and do you want to learn something about this new feature in Windows 2012?
Download this video and watch it! I'm convinced that you will love it, like I already do!

 

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Ben OostdamBen Oostdam has been working with Windows systems since 1993. Worked for several companies as a system administrator, and is currently a Senior Support Engineer and a (Freelance) Trainer for a large company in the Netherlands.

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