Validating identity in wireless network
For example, you are required to authenticate your identity and purpose when crossing international borders or completing business transactions.
NMCI has significantly increased network security; each month NMCI thwarts 1,200 unclassified intrusion attempts, blocks 9 million spam messages, and detects an average of 60 viruses.
It’s suffering from a high rate of failure when trying to identify citizens.
I recently ran into a problem with a wireless network card getting stuck while acquiring a network address.
The following discussion provides detailed information about the configuration, management, and maintenance of authentication functions for Windows XP Professional–based clients, whether they are stand-alone clients or members of an Active Directory or other network environment.
If you are already familiar with the security model in Microsoft Windows NT version 4.0 and Microsoft Windows 2000, you will recognize many of the features in Windows XP Professional.