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Windows Filtering Platform (WFP)

Eintrag zuletzt aktualisiert am: 17.08.2005

Funktion in Windows Vista


"In addition, the Network Access Protection (NAP) framework enables system administrators to define and enforce policies that require network clients to establish their trustworthiness and compatibility with the network before being given a specified access. Developers use API-level access to NAP and the Windows Filtering Platform (WFP) to reduce user and administrator security workloads by providing application-specific security settings supporting Firewall and NAT transversal, allowing more detailed (down-to-packet-level) screening of data transmissions, and isolating and validating new tools and their configurations prior to fully installing and integrating them into a running system.
Reliability: Restart manager, I/O cancellation, app feedback
Windows Vista adds an extensive set of new APIs and developer services to make applications predictable and manageable including the Restart Manager, improved I/O cancellation support and the capability to integrate into the Windows Feedback Platform (WFP)."