In addition to all the things that we discussed thus far, URA offers several other advanced scenarios and features which we will discuss now. These are as follows:
- NAP (Network Access Protection): This is a mechanism that inspects client machines and allows them access to the network only if they meet certain criteria dictated by the organization's security policy
- OTP (One Time Password): This is an option to extend the authentication mechanism to have Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
- Arrays: This is the option of configuring multiple URA servers to work in a cluster and provide fault tolerance and load balancing
- Multi-geographic distribution: This is the ability to build multiple URA servers and place them at distinct geographical ...