We have numerous Windows XP Pro PCs attached to our network. Each PC has had its RDP listening port set to a unique port number and remote access is enabled. On the network router each of those ports is forwarded to it's respective PC on the LAN. The remote users put in the static public WAN address then the port number and they can attach to their respective PCs in the office using Windows Remote Desktop.
After a security audit for PCI compliance (credit card security) we have been instructed to use SSL for RDP in order to be complaint. How can this be done.?
What is the easiest way to do that in this scenario?
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