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Gain control with Windows Server 2003 Remote Access

Remote access server features in Windows Server 2003

In this era of fast-paced, always-on enterprise connections, secure remote access to the servers is essential. Windows Server 2003 incorporates a set of features that simplify the configuration and management of secure remote access.

Download "Windows Server 2003 Remote Access Overview" to get a rundown of the remote access server features in Windows Server 2003. The IT white paper explains how Windows Server 2003 provides a remote access server that supports both dial-up and virtual private network (VPN) connections. Also included are a set of features that provide flexibility and security for your remote access solution.

In addition to exploring remote access protocols, the IT white paper reviews the various forms of security available to system administrators of Windows Server 2003 systems, including:

  • Authentication and authorization
  • Network Access Quarantine Control
  • Data encryption
  • Packet filtering for VPN remote access

Of particular interest to network administrators in large enterprise configurations will be the features associated with the Windows Server 2003 Connection Manager. The IT white paper explains benefits of the Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK) for deploying profiles that will automatically establish VPN connection configurations for your users.

Using the integrated tools provided by Windows Server 2003 Remote Access, network administrators can manage enterprise data communication securely and efficiently no matter where they may be physically located. Download the "Windows Server 2003 Remote Access Overview" IT whitepaper from TechRepublic and take advantage of these advanced features.

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