IVO Networks DirectAccess Health & Security Check optimizes your deployment by working with you to help identify, assess, document, and remediate health and security risks utilizing our deep experience with real-world DirectAccess best-practice implementations.
“We have literally written the book on DirectAccess best-practices.”
– Jordan Krause, IVO Networks Engineer, MS-MVP, Author
IVO Networks DirectAccess Health & Security Check can help you optimize your current DirectAccess production deployment while helping you to ensure that your deployment is following the latest best-practice security and operational guidelines. This can give you and your IT team confidence that your current DirectAccess production deployment is prepared to meet the operational demands and security threats that are always evolving.
Why conduct a DirectAccess Health & Security Check?
One of the key deliverables that results from an IVO Networks DirectAccess Health & Security Check is a detailed report that breaks down all of the key components and areas of your DirectAccess deployment and provides you with a status measure to indicate if the specific configurations are within expected boundaries and no action is required, a recommendation is made but does not require immediate action, or configuration is outside expected boundaries as measured against current best-practices with immediate action require. Each measured health or security configuration provides detailed comments if action is recommended or required.
DirectAccess health check will help you to:
- Optimize your deployment to better-fit your operational requirements
- Reduce support time and costs of managing the platform
- Optimize DirectAccess performance
- Identify networking problems and optimize routings
- Increase confidence in security best-practice configurations and reviews.
Platforms supported for DirectAccess Health & Security Check:
- Windows Server 2016
- Windows Server 2012 / 2012-R2
- Windows Server 2008 / 2008-R2
- Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010
- Windows 7/8/10