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Jordan Krause

Jordan Krause is a Microsoft MVP in Enterprise Security, and specializes in DirectAccess, which is a part of Forefront Unified Access Gateway (UAG) 2010 and Unified Remote Access (URA) in Windows Server 2012. As a Senior Engineer and Security Specialist for IVO Networks, he spends the majority of each workday planning, designing, and implementing DirectAccess for companies all over the world.

Committed to continuous learning, Jordan holds Microsoft certifications as an MCP, MCTS, MCSA, and MCITP Enterprise Administrator. He regularly writes tech notes and articles about some of the fun and exciting ways that DirectAccess can be used, which can be found at

He also strives to spend time helping the DirectAccess community, mostly by way of the Microsoft TechNet forums. Jordan is always open to direct contact for answering questions or helping out in any way that he can, so don't hesitate to head over to the forums and find him personally.

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Packed with great content! 2. Dezember 2013
Von Matt Hrynkow - Veröffentlicht auf
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Awesome information. A "must-have" for anyone planning, or have already done DirectAccess. Definitely the best resource out there on operational and troubleshooting aspects of DA.
Microsoft DirectAccess Best Practices and Troubleshooting 2. Januar 2014
Von Senthil kumar - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
The “Microsoft DirectAccess Best Practices and Troubleshooting” book by Microsoft MVP Jordan Krause is an excellent guide for any IT professional that looks forward to implement/ administer/troubleshoot Microsoft DirectAccess technology using Windows server 2012 R2 or Forefront Unified Access Gateway. The book is well written and organized with a great flow to deeply understand the best practices/guide lines, to implement the DirectAccess technology up to the current industrial Security standards, as well as to easily troubleshoot any issues that would hit the desk of a security administrator on a day to day basis.
In the first chapter of the book, the author has given a detailed walk through of the best practices you need to follow as a security professional while you are deploying a windows server in your network.
In the second chapter, the author dives deep in to the DirectAccess technology and walks you through the best practices for implementing DirectAccess. Adding to that, the author had also explained why the mentioned best practices needs to be followed and what types of issues would occur if they were not followed.
In the last two chapters, the author has given the step by step process to follow if you were to troubleshoot any DirectAccess issues. He has given the list of windows server PowerShell commands to check the DirectAccess status on the client and server and what information to look from the output of each commands and to decide the component that’s causing any issues with DirectAccess. The author has also given a detailed explanation of the DCA/NCA logs and how a security administrator can be benefitted by using the tools while troubleshooting issues on a remote client. Especially in the last chapter, the author has discussed about a few unique reoccurring scenarios that he had experienced so far while working with lots of customers and this would greatly help a Direct Access administrator to quickly isolate an issue.
This book is a great companion and will definitely make the life of a security administrator much easier if DirectAccess is implemented as Secure Remote Access solution for mobile employees in your corporate network or if it is a solution that you are looking forward to implement in the near future.
A good read for the aspiring DA admin 8. Dezember 2013
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I have been among the hesitant when it comes to making the recommendation to deploy direct access (DA). My position has been that I want to ensure we don't trade one challenge for another. A losing battle of course with all the excited proponents, author included, and the rate new functionality and deployment scenarios are added to DA. Having said that, now what I'm about to get my feet wet I have been diving into anything and everything DA and must say this title was a welcome addition to my reading list! The author shares freely his experiences and lessons learned from the numerous projects he has been involved in. The book offers a summarized guide of the different design considerations and also includes a useful troubleshooting tutorial. The format may not allow for in depth discussions on all DAs moving parts, but the author still manages to for example offer some additional considerations regarding isatap and challenge common conceptions on Teredo. In conclusion, this is a good read for any aspiring DA admin!
but would like to note that the author is a bit over-zealous ... 22. Februar 2015
Von FMW - Veröffentlicht auf
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Can't really fault the book here, but would like to note that the author is a bit over-zealous about his version of best practices for DirectAccess. That having been said, I have to admit that administrators do have to be attentive in enterprise environments. And, because the whole concept is only workable in a multi-server, enterprise software--both server, of course, and workstation--environment, the recommended practices are justified. Kinda tough to implement DirectAccess in a small lab environment, but that's inherent to Microsoft's design.
Worth the investment 9. Dezember 2013
Von SAUTIERE - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book provide valuable information for your DirectAccess deployments. You will escape from common misconfiguration that could lead your DirectAccess project to failure. Planning is the key factor for DirectAccess projects. The two last chapter cover common problem encountered during DirectAccess deployments. This book worth the money. By now with Ben Ari book, you have no excuse to do not deploy DirectAccess in your environment.

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