ANNOUNCEMENT: Combining AAA/802.1x board with Unified Access Control

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‎03-30-2009 11:28 AM

As a part of our ongoing effort to improve J-Net's user interface and maximize discussion areas, we will be consolidating the "Identity and Policy Control" category by combining "AAA/802.1x" and "Unified Access Control" into one discussion board.


All existing content from the AAA/802.1x board will be moved to a read only archived board.

The "Unified Access Control" board will be renamed "Identity and Policy Control", hosting discussions related to both AAA/802.1x and UAC.


The time line of this is as followed:


  • 3/30/2009: Announcement message posted
  • 4/8/2009: "AAA/802.1x" moved to the archive category, "Unified Access Control" renamed to "Identity and Policy Control". New discussions regarding AAA/802.1x should be posted in the newly renamed "Identity and Policy Control" board.
  • 4/15/2009: "AAA/802.1x" board locked as read only. Unresolved existing threads are moved to "Identity and Policy Control" board.


We hope this effort will help streamline the board structure and give users more access to experts and other community users.


Your existing user rankings/reputation and kudos will not be impacted by the reorganizations of the boards.


Please do not hesitate to contact me or other J-Net moderators if you have any questions or concerns.





J-Net Admin

Message Edited by ac on 03-30-2009 11:48 AM
Message Edited by ac on 03-30-2009 11:50 AM


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