Hyper-V Management through DirectAccess Walkthrough

One of the major advantages that DirectAccess has over traditional remote access solutions is that it enables IT to always be connected to their managed clients. This allows you to make sure your managed clients are always up to date and meet your desired configuration requirements. This's a far cry from the VPN client, where […]

One of the major advantages that DirectAccess has over traditional remote access solutions is that it enables IT to always be connected to their managed clients. This allows you to make sure your managed clients are always up to date and meet your desired configuration requirements. This's a far cry from the VPN client, where VPN might never connect to the corpnet and then finally connect months later when visiting the home office and share all the worms and viruses it collected during its sojourn away for the corpnet.

There're two types of management connections we think of when working with direct access: Connections established by the client, such as by a client agent, to a management server on the intranet, Connections established by a management server on the intranet to the DirectAccess client on the Internet.

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