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    • Configuring Remote Access Servers

      Configuring Remote Access Servers

      Installing and Configuring RRAS as a VPN Server How to install the Routing and Remote Access Services (RRAS) Click Start, and then click Manage Your Server. Select the Add or remove a role option. The Configure Your Server Wizard starts. On the Preliminary Steps page, click Next. A message appears, informing you that the Configure

    • Remote Access Security

      Remote Access Security

      Remote Access Security Overview To protect your corporate data from attacks from intruders and from being accessed by unauthorized users, you need to plan for and implement remote access security. You should authenticate remote access clients attempting to establish a remote connection with the remote access server. To secure connections to the corporate network, you

    • Using Connection Manager

      Using Connection Manager

      Connection Manager Overview If you want to configure clients to connect to a RRAS server, you can use the Connection Manager to do this. Using the network connection properties to configure clients to connect to a RRAS server works well in situations where you need to configure a small number of clients, and when the

    • How to Setup a Remote Desktop Web Connection

      How to Setup a Remote Desktop Web Connection

      The Remote Desktop Web Connection is a Win32-based ActiveX control (COM object) that can be used to run Remote Desktop sessions from within a browser like Internet Explorer. It is a useful alternative to the regular Remote Desktop because it can be used without installing any software on the client machine. Remote Desktop demands the

    • Remote Administration

      Remote Administration

      Remote Administration Overview When it comes to administering servers and desktops in secure organizations or large organizations, administrators would typically be found performing remote administration. This basically means that administrators would be using the Microsoft Management Console snap-ins or support tools remotely, to administer servers. For instance, through the Microsoft Management Console snap-ins, you have

    • Planning a Remote Access Strategy

      Planning a Remote Access Strategy

        Remote Access Overview Dial-up networking allows a remote access client to establish a dial-up connection to a port on a remote access server. The configuration of the DUN server determines what resources the remote user can access. Users that connect through a DUN server, connect to the network much like a standard LAN user

    • Securing Remote Access and VPN Servers

      Securing Remote Access and VPN Servers

      Remote Access and VPN Server Security Issues Remote Access Servers (RAS) provides access to the network for remote users. The different types of remote access connections are Dial-in remote access, VPN remote access, and Wireless remote access. Dial-in remote access uses modems, servers running the Routing and Remote Access (RRAS) service, and the Point-to-Point (PPP)

    • Configuring Remote Access Clients

      Configuring Remote Access Clients

      Remote Access Overview The Routing and Remote Access service (RRAS) is integrated in Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 and provides connectivity for remote users and remote offices to the corporate network. RRAS make it possible for remote users to perform their tasks as though they are actually physically connected to the corporate network. A

    • Remote Server Management

      Remote Server Management

      An Overview on Remote Server Management In enterprises that need a secure environment; servers and desktops are usually managed remotely. Administration is hardly performed by logging on to the local console. Remote management or administration is not a new notion, and is used largely to manage servers and desktops. Windows Server 2003 includes a few

    • Routing and Remote Access Service

      Routing and Remote Access Service

      Routing and Remote Access Service Overview The Routing and Remote Access service (RRAS) is a multi-protocol software router integrated in Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 that provides connectivity for remote users and remote offices to the corporate network. RRAS make it possible for remote users to perform their tasks as though they are actually

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