Using Windows security

 
Radmin chapter Using Windows Security

Windows security lets you restrict access to a remote computer, permitting access only to specified users in a Windows security list. If a user is logged in to a local computer with credentials that have been added to the remote computer’s security list, this user can connect to the remote computer without entering a login ID or password.

Accessing Windows security settings

To change Windows security settings:
  1. Access settings (Radmin illustr Using Windows Securityillustration).

    Radmin srvcfg Using Windows Security
    Server options
  2. Click on the Permissions… button to display the ‘Security mode’ window (Radmin illustr Using Windows Securityillustration).
    Radmin srvcfg secmode Using Windows Security
    “Security Mode” window
  3. Select Windows NT security and click on the Permissions button to display the standard ‘Permissions’ window (Radmin illustr Using Windows Securityillustration).
    Radmin srvcfg perm Using Windows Security
    “Permissions” window
  4. Use the Permissions window to add or remove users and assign rights for connection types.
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