Enhanced Remote Desktop security with Windows Vista

I'm off from my regularly scheduled blogging this week, but here's something really cool with the new Windows RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol). You can now use strong TLS/SSL authentication and FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard) grade encryption on Windows Vista Remote Desktop just like you could with Windows Server 2003 SP1.

I'm off from my regularly scheduled blogging this week, but here's something really cool with the new Windows RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol). You can now use strong TLS/SSL authentication and FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard) grade encryption on Windows Vista Remote Desktop just like you could with Windows Server 2003 SP1.  This is useful because you can use now securely use Remote Desktop without some kind of VPN, which is very convenient.

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