Quest Defender and GridSure

by dimikagi

Some time in Q3 of last year, Stu Harrison (the PM for Defender) got me a beta copy of the latest version of Defender, which was due to have GridSure in it.  Of course, I took the time to record a quick demo of it, but then Stu asked me to delay releasing it.  One thing led to another, and I never got to posting the demo up here.  Today, however, while going through Defender with another architect, I remembered that I had this recording.

Before I go any further, you may be asking, “what is GridSure?”  It is another type of token that is available with Defender, and you can see a 3 minute marketing demo of it in the next URL.  This recording does a good job of explaining how it is used by the end user:

Whilst the demo above gives you a good idea of what the end user will see, I recorded a demo showing how to configure the token, and policy and what the user does to register.  In addition, I show the standard Defender desktop token being used with the ISAPI filter at the very beginning of the video.  I’ll apologize now for the microphone settings, and without further ado, here’s the 3 minute, 20 second video:


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