News

NetScreen Offers Secure Remote Access Solution

NetScreen Technologies, a developer of integrated Internet security appliances and systems, has announced the availability of NetScreen-Remote 2.0 virtual private network (VPN) client software. The software package secures remote access to networks, devices, or other host computer systems. NetScreen-Remote 2.0 is designed for desktop or laptop systems connected to an IP network by either an Ethernet-local area network (LAN) or remote access dialup via modem.

In addition to increased compatibility and stability, NetScreen-Remote 2.0 features IPSec-compatible security software. Operating as a Windows 9.x or NT system service, NetScreen-Remote 2.0 offers integration with Windows NT domain login from remote hosts over dialup or dedicated LAN connections. NetScreen-Remote's GUI enables users to build multiple layers of service-based policies with policy enabling and disabling.

Contact NetScreen, (800) 638-8296, www.netscreen.com.

About the Author

Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

Featured

  • Microsoft and SAP Enhance Partnership with Teams Integration

    Microsoft and SAP this week described continuing partnership efforts on Microsoft Azure, while also planning a Microsoft Teams integration with SAP's enterprise resource planning product and other solutions.

  • Blue Squares Graphic

    Microsoft Previews Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows

    Microsoft announced a preview of Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows, which lets organizations tap Linux virtual machine processes that also work with Windows- and Azure-based processes and services.

  • How To Automate Tasks in Azure SQL Database

    Knowing how to automate tasks in the cloud will make you a more productive DBA. Here are the key concepts to understand about cloud scripting and a rundown of the best tools for automating code in Azure.

  • Microsoft Open License To End Next Year for Government and Education Groups

    Microsoft's "Open License program" will end on Jan. 1, 2022, and not just for commercial customers, but also for government, education and nonprofit organizations.

comments powered by Disqus