Encrypted networks are new features in Windows Server 2019. In this video, Scott explains how they work and discusses the importance of this enhancement to Windows Server security.
- [Narrator] If Software-Defined Networks, or SDN,…have escaped your radar to this point,…Windows Server 2019 has given you at least…one good reason to take a serious look.…One of the security features of Windows Server 2019…is the ability to encrypt traffic…between virtual machines on a per-subnet basis.…Now, the features of NTFS and various server roles…have long provided ways to secure data…on the server at rest,…or data while it's sitting on that storage device.…
The security of data as it crosses the network…has always been another animal altogether.…When you want to protect your network data…over long distances,…you might consider using a virtual private network…or across a large data center,…you might set up IPSec from one segment to another…but this approach leaves out securing transmissions…within a network segment.…If you have unused network jacks or any other way…for people to access the fabric of your network,…traffic within a subnet can be vulnerable.…
Windows Server 2019 now has an option to use certificates…
AuthorScott M Burrell
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