+ 0 Votes Have a look at this... Peconet Tietokoneet-217038187993258194678069903632 6 years ago http://www.vmware.com/company/news/releases/nsa.html Please post back if you have any more problems or questions. + 0 Votes Desktop Virtualization MelinaSoy 5 years ago The technology that MokaFive uses is compatible with multi-platforms. Its LivePC can be installed on a desktop, laptop or any portable storage device. And,that?s something no other solution in the market provides. + 0 Votes Virtual Desktops kimberlydorothy 6 years ago Your question is somewhat unclear. If you need VPN-access there's always the built in functionality of RRAS in Windows Server 2008 and a lot of 3rd party products. If you need to secure your clients you could always use bit locker if you run Windows Vista, combined with a server/domain-isolation with a NAP-solution you could ensure that only approved clients can connect to your servers. Protection against viruses and malware could be provided by any 3rd-party product or Windows Defender / Forefront client security. + 0 Votes Virtual Desktops brock.bud 6 years ago Choosing the best method really depends on what kit you've got in place already and your budget as most VPN technology is pretty much along the same lines. If you've got a ""good"" external firewall, then you should be able to setup PPTP or L2TP VPN tunnels directly to that from the clients. Some firewalls even come with their own software clients that you install on the client PC. Otherwise most OS's will allow you to create VPN's natively. + 0 Votes You have two issues here fenton.yew 6 years ago My suggestion is that you separate these two issues as they are two distinct problems. Rootkit detection/prevention is a whole other ballgame. Zero-day exploit prevention will require adequate defense-in-depth strategies. NAP/NAC can help make sure machines are up to date and patched before connecting to your VPN but unfortunately, targeted rootkit attacks will go under the radar with most AV implementations. What you need to understand is "risk management." + 0 Votes Different vendor offerings.. brock.bud 6 years ago There are many different vendors who offer VPN solutions and each are different in their implementation but the technology used remains the same. The process is normally quite simple: 1. Each user has a key/tag, this provides authentication. 2. They will have some kind of VPN software to connect to the concentrator. 3. And the VPN concentrator confirms the authentication and act's as the gateway for your VPN connection once authenticated. + 0 Votes A perfect solution to your problem. MelinaSoy 5 years ago The discussion is directing towards something like Virtual PCs. I have heard about the technology called ?Predictive Fetching? that helps virtual computers start faster and update quickly. This technology is even cost effective and tune faster with existing configurations. Which means you?ll be able to decrease user downtime and increase user satisfaction. There are number of vendors providing similar offerings. In the recent news, it was mentioned that the version 1.0 of MokaFive's Virtual Desktop Solution is a complete virtual desktop package. You can check it out at: http://www.mokafive.com/ + 0 Votes Virtua; Desktops fenton.yew 5 years ago Right Buddy, with MokaFive, you can test new applications without fear of damaging your system. In fact you could plan to expand to new areas as well. + 0 Votes Desktop Virtualization MelinaSoy 5 years ago The technology that MokaFive uses is compatible with multi-platforms. Its LivePC can be installed on a desktop, laptop or any portable storage device. And,that?s something no other solution in the market provides.