The "find other contacts" action item was the action item I was
addressing at today's meeting. To summarize from the discussion
earlier today, I think Symantec and Microsoft are willing to discuss
NEA/TNC potential rollouts. I have "feelers" out to Cisco and Juniper
as well and am waiting for a follow-up discussion. I will try and
contact one or more of these folks at the IETF Plenary in Minneapolis.
On Nov 13, 2008, at 11:53 AM, Farrell, Lee wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>> After our teleconference today, I noted from the October face-to-
> face Minutes that a few Action Items had not been transferred to the
> November 6 teleconference Minutes -- and may have "slipped through
> the cracks." It appears that some of the items about Microsoft may
> have been enveloped in Dave's current set of questions to Microsoft
> in one of his Action Items, but I'm not sure that they all were.
>> Also, I noted that the first Action Item (Randy's) that we discussed
> today had been CLOSED at that meeting. Today we identified it as
> "ongoing", but I wonder if the third Action Item below might be the
> more appropriate one to reference instead.
>> For future discussion and resolution, the items are:
>> ACTION: Ron Bergman will send an email to Mike Fenelon and Jerry
> Thrasher to query the issue about how to get NAP attributes
> registered with Microsoft.
>> ACTION: Dave Whitehead will attempt to obtain answers from
> Microsoft to the following questions:
> • Because there are multiple assessment protocols, is it
> conceivable that multiple assessment protocols run simultaneously—
> with each requiring independent (i.e., redundant) assessment?
>> • How does Microsoft envision the process for remediation?
> • Does Microsoft have any plans for a gateway between NAP
> and NEA?
>> ACTION: Randy Turner will try to find other contacts that would be
> willing to work with the PWG to help deploy NEA health assessment.
> (Juniper, Symantec, Cisco are suggested candidates.) Is someone
> willing to sit down with the PWG and “have discussions”?
> Lee Farrell
> Canon Development Americas
> 15975 Alton Parkway
> Irvine, CA 92618-3731
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> (949) 932-3520 - fax
>lee.farrell at cda.canon.com> ===========================
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