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VPN connection to ASA5510 from a wyse S10 thin client

Posted on 2006-07-08
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I am trying to configure the wyse terminals so that they can connect from remote sites to a Terminal Server 2003 R2 Standard edition server. I have the terminal server setup on a DMZ with an outside IP address. I only have port 3389 open on that DMZ. Is there a more secure way to do this? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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The concern that I would have with this solution is that you do not require users to have authenticated before gaining access to your machine on port 3389. I think configuring a site to site VPN for your remote users would be a better solution. By using a site to site solution you are not dependent on having the thin clients terminate one side of the VPN tunnel, it can be considered allways on and be avaiable through non-public ip addresses.

Hope this helps

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