A New Book for Implementing DirectAccess with Windows Server 2016 Is Now Available

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Richard M. Hicks, world renowned expert with Microsoft’s DirectAccess remote access technology, is pleased to announce the availability of his latest book “Implementing DirectAccess with Windows Server 2016”.

“Implementing DirectAccess with Windows Server 2016” (Apress Media, ISBN: 978-1-4842-2058-0), a new book by Richard M. Hicks, is now available. This book is the definitive guide to plan, design, implement, and support secure remote access solutions using DirectAccess in Windows Server 2016.

DirectAccess provides always-on remote network connectivity for managed Windows clients. The seamless and transparent nature of the DirectAccess connection ensures the highest level of productivity for remote workers. DirectAccess connections are also bidirectional, allowing IT administrators to manage their field-based assets more effectively.

“Implementing DirectAccess with Windows Server 2016” is an essential reference for network engineers and systems administrators tasked with deploying DirectAccess on Windows Server 2016 in their organization. The book provides an overview of DirectAccess along with important insight for planning an implementation. It includes detailed, prescriptive guidance for installing and configuring DirectAccess, including instruction for a building highly scalable and geographically redundant infrastructure to support the largest enterprises.

“Finally there is a resource covering both beginning and more advanced DirectAccess topics all in one place” said Maurice Wörnhard, Analytical Systems Engineer at First Frame Networkers AG.

“Implementing DirectAccess with Windows Server 2016” will also be valuable for those organizations that have already adopted this technology, as the book provides important information about managing and monitoring DirectAccess, as well as migrating to DirectAccess in Windows Server 2016. In addition, an entire chapter is devoted exclusively to troubleshooting DirectAccess, an area for which there is a lack of supporting documentation for.

“When DirectAccess works, it’s fantastic!” said Kris Brewster, IT Manager at Alutiiq LLC. “When it doesn’t, it can be challenging. There’s little in the way of helpful troubleshooting guidance available. The troubleshooting chapter in this book is the single most in-depth and comprehensive reference for DirectAccess troubleshooting available anywhere. No DirectAccess administrator should be without it”.

If you have currently deployed DirectAccess or are considering it in the future, order your copy of “Implementing DirectAccess with Windows Server 2016” today.

About Richard M. Hicks

Richard is the founder and principal consultant of Richard M. Hicks Consulting Services He is an eight-time Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in the Cloud and Datacenter expertise and is a leading expert on Microsoft DirectAccess. He has helped many of the largest organizations in the world plan, design, and implement secure remote access solutions using DirectAccess. Richard M. Hicks Consulting is based in Southern California and offers consulting services globally. For more information, call (949)677-3573 or visit https://directaccess.richardhicks.com/.

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