The NetOp Remote Control Security Server is a special host module that can answer queries from other NetOp modules about session permissions and rights across a network connection by forwarding queries to the ODBC database. The program must have access to the ODBC database containing security relations between the guests and the hosts.
Using the NetOp Security Server the system can authenticate the guest identity against NetOp, Windows (via the host), directory services, or RSA SecurID authentication services. To achieve NetOp authentication the NetOp Security Server verifies the guest identity against the database service that holds all the predefined guest IDs and passwords. To achieve Windows authentication the NetOp Security Server verifies the guest identity by letting the host relay the authentication process to the Windows domain controller. Directory service authentication via the security server involves the NetOp Security Server verifying the guest identity against a directory service via LDAP.
Integrate with your existing security scheme and authenticate your guests using Netop authentication, Windows authentication, directory services via LDAP, smart cards or RSA SecurID.
Define flexible security roles to dictate which host machines your authenticated guests can access and what remote support privileges they will be assigned.
Centralized loggingProduct Highlights
Maintain an audit trail by recording remote support session activity. Netop Security Server acts as a central repository for enterprise-wide remote support activity so you can keep track of what happened and where using extensive log events.
- Protected traffic
- Protecting the host