Remote Desktop Management Solution for Microsoft

by Artur Maj
Sept. 24, 2017 1 comment Symantec Encryption & Authentication remote security windows xp

One of the many challenges facing Microsoft administrators is how to manage remote systems in a secure manner? In the world of the UNIX the answer is quite simple: using the SSH protocol is sufficient. Thanks to the SSH, we can manage remote systems not only in the text mode, but we can also run remote X-Window applications by using the protocol tunneling technique. And all of that by using strong cryptography, which protects transmitted data from unauthorized access. Unfortunately, providing secure remote access to the MS Windows systems is not as easy. Why? First of all, only the NT Terminal Server, 2000 Server and XP are equipped with remote management services (Terminal Services). Secondly, the solutions that offer remote MS Windows management possibilities either don't encrypt transmitted data (like VNC) or their implementation often comes hand in hand with the additional, significant costs.

2flash 1 month ago

A lot of tangled sentences... the quality of this presentation is quite doubtful, if I may say it so....