BriForum 2005 Video: Jeff Pitsch on Terminal Server Session Security

When talking about security in Terminal Server and Citrix environments, encryption and authentication are simple. The real challenges arise when you realize that all your users on your servers can do whatever they want.

When talking about security in Terminal Server and Citrix environments, encryption and authentication are simple. The real challenges arise when you realize that all your users on your servers can do whatever they want. In this session from BriForum 2005, Jeff Pitsch looks at the techniques that can be used to truly lock-down your desktop and make sure that users only run things you want them to run. He discusses the free tools that are available to achieve these goals.

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