Accessing Terminal Server and MetaFrame Across the Internet

When setting up access to your Terminal Server from the Internet, your first concern should be security. Any access that you provide needs to be carefully evaluated in terms of its security risk to your corporation. A person accessing your Terminal Server across the Internet can have the same access to your corporate network as someone sitting at a Windows NT workstation one cubicle away from you. Both access to the Terminal Server and the Terminal Server itself should be locked down tightly before opening it up to the Internet.

In this section, you will learn how to provide access to both Terminal Server and Citrix MetaFrame servers through the Internet. In addition, you will learn ...

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