Microsoft's remote desktop protocol (RDP) is widely used to access systems over local area networks, but the security is insufficient when you need to access critical network infrastructure or sensitive data.
Improve your security
Using Microsoft's remote desktop protocol is a security risk you can avoid. Switch from RDP to Netop Remote Control and take advantage of:
Netop Remote Control sessions can be encrypted end-to-end with 256-bit AES encryption
Set a maximum number of invalid password attempts to prevent brute force attacks.
Restrict access to remote systems by creating lists of approved MAC addresses, IP addresses, or IP ranges
Provide granular permissions for groups of users and devices.
When remotely accessing an attended device, allow the end-user to accept or decline the incoming request for a remote session.
Netop Remote Control can be integrated with a variety of authentication systems and permits different authentication methods for different scenarios. Authentication options include:
- Active Directory
- Active Directory Federation Services
- Azure AD
- RADIUS integration
- Multi-factor authentication options (including SMART Cards)
Don't just take our word for it...
"Netop Remote Control is our lifeline to our restaurants"
Brian Jensen, Vice President of Technical Services for CKE
"It's like magic. It just works."
"We couldn't be happier with the solution."