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IPSEC Domain/network Isolation in a blended environment


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#1 ZinRider

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Posted 18 July 2014 - 06:13 AM

Thank you for taking time to review this post.

We have been tasked to implement Domain Isolation using IPSEC to secure the departmental server resources. The environment is a large campus area network. Picture a large college campus, hospital, or other enterprise network with multiple departments on the same "network".
 
Number of servers: ~75
Number of users: ~1200
The environment has the following OS(s):
XP, WIN7, WIN8, W2K3, W2K8, W2K8R2, W2K12, W2K12R2, OSX (mac)

My colleague's question: Is there a way to incorporate Mac, XP, Win7, various server OS(s) all together for an automated deployment? Realizing the >Vista machines can be deployed by GPO, we are struggling with how to do so with the XP and MACs.

My colleague and I have spent quite some time researching this to no avail.

I appreciate any guidance.

Regards,
Bob



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