Running Citrix Presentation Servers shielded by the Windows Firewall, Part 2, from BriForum 2007

More than 50% of all threats are potentially generated by internal clients, so both small and large companies start placing their backend systems behind firewall systems, too.

This is a video of a breakout session from BriForum 2007, presented by Thorsten Rood.

Session Description: More than 50% of all threats are potentially generated by internal clients, so both small and large companies start placing their backend systems behind firewall systems, too. This session describes the feature set offered by Windows Firewall (static and dynamic port filtering [RPC/WMI]) and outlines the built-in capabilities to protect Citrix Access Suite (all products from Presentation Server and Password Manager up to EdgeSight and Desktop Broker) even without having such an inverted network design ready. A lab-based part also covers automated or unattended configuration as well as real-world examples and experiences gathered in various large installations over the last two years. We'll also cover securing the environment based on hardware routers and have a look on the changes coming up with Windows "Longhorn" Server.

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