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Re: Securing RDP - Is this possible?
From: Venkatesh Selvaraju <venkatesh.selvaraju () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 08:29:40 +0530

Hi there,

By default RDP traffic is encypted (128 bit) however, there are
exceptions, go here:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/275727

V

On 4/14/09, Chip Panarchy <forumanarchy () gmail com> wrote:
Hello

Is Secure RDP an impossibility?

I am now working (WOOT) and they seem to use entirely RDP, almost no VNC...

This, by my reckoning would make the network most insecure.

Would you agree?

Or is it possible to Secure RDP?

Thanks in advance for sharing ideas on this matter,

Panarchy

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