Looking for a good sll vpn solution with RDP to replace Juniper SA700

Posted on 2010-09-03
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
I currenty have a juniper SA700 installed and it is working very well for our users. I need to add a RDP solution to the mix. I am very happy with Juniper and I think they are at the Enterprise Level with their security but to add this functionality I would have to move to a SA2500 and more than double my licensing costs. Any other suggestions?
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ID: 33599239
I'm using sslexplorer:

and I'm very happy.

is a fully-featured, web-based SSL VPN server
You can run RDP, VNC, SSH, Citrix Cllient, access windows shares, Intranet etc.
and the best, it's for free.

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ID: 33665780
I am looking for a enterprise hardware based solution.

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ID: 33665919

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jmheidebrink earned 0 total points
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Ended up spending the extra $ to jump to next level Juniper. Works perfectly.

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