Secure Remote Access using Windows Terminal Services 2003

by Darlene Flstcher
Sept. 1, 2017 1 comment SANS Institute Management terminal services

Microsoft's Terminal Server has improved considerably since its release in 1998 in functionality, performance and security. With the increasing demand for flexible, simple and fast remote access for the endless variety of users including vendor support staff, home users, mobile workers and remote offices, Terminal Server is now becoming an attractive and inexpensive solution particularly for smaller, less complex environments.

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Irina Alexandra Negrii 7 months, 1 week ago

For organizations wanting to more flexibly deploy applications and control desktop management costs, a Terminal Services architecture offers an important enhancement to the traditional two or three tier client-server architecture based on servers and full-scale personal computers.

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