Computer uses its own identiity credentials to

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Computer uses its own identiity credentials to establish a secure connection with the DirectAccess ServerThe user then logs on and a second connection is established so that policies are enforced based on normal user accessDirectAccess can limit which applications and resources the user is allowed to accessIPv6 is used in conjunction with IPSec for Direct Access to workOnly available with Windows 7 Enterprise and UltimateDirectAccessMyComputerCareer.com37
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)Designed to carry remote control session data efficiently and securelyBetween the client and server involved in a remote control sessionRemote Desktop clientSoftware that is used to remotely control a Windows 7 computerAvailable as a stand-alone client application and as a Web clientAccomplished from System Properties, Remote TabStart > Control Panel > System and Security > Under System selectAllow Remote AccessTo use Remote Desktop:Start > All Programs > Accessories > Remote Desktop ConnectionmstscRemote DesktopMyComputerCareer.com38
Allows a user to send an invitation to a remote user using instant messaging or e-mailInvites them to remotely connect to the local computerThey can establish a secure remote connection to view what is happening on the desktopLocal user can electronically chat with the person providing remote assistanceRemote user can optionally be granted complete keyboard and mouse controlDuring the remote assistance sessionRemote AssistanceMyComputerCareer.com39
Remote management can also be accomplished via command lineTo enable remote management on a computer, you’ll type in the winrm quickconfig command at an Administrator Command PromptWalks you through the process of configuring remote management on the computer Grant Administrator privileges to those logging on remotelyCreate an exception automatically in the Windows Firewall to allow remote access to the computerWindows Remote ManagementMyComputerCareer.com40
Once Windows RM is enabled, we can use Remote Shellwinrs –u:username –p:password –r:ipaddress commandUse the up arrow key to bring back your username, password, ip address info and then execute new commandsWindows Remote ShellMyComputerCareer.com41
BranchCacheAllows remote office users to speed up their access to informationData is cached (temporarily stored) locally so that files do not have to be sent over the WAN connection multiple timesRequires that clients interact with servers running Windows Server 2008 R2 as a minimumBranchCache can operate in two modes:Hosted Cache mode – Stored on a local 2008 R2 ServerDistributed Cache mode – 50 or less clients – Information is stored on the first machine that downloadsBranchCacheMyComputerCareer.com42
Understanding Network DiscoveryControls Windows Firewall settingsA firewall is a barrier between the computer and the network that allows certain types of traffic

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