Monday, 30 January 2012
Thursday, 26 January 2012
Most solutions support RADIUS; some will support Windows logon; some will support integration with OWA, SharePoint, IIS, Apache; some will support Citrix; and occassionally support SAML.
You don't want to be limited with what you can authenticate with, but want a solution that will support standards such as SAML, as this will be used more and more as cloud application usage increases.
Wednesday, 25 January 2012
if(top != self) top.location.replace(location);
<title>Clickjack test page</title>
<p>You’ve been clickjacked!</p>
<iframe sandbox="allow-scripts allow-forms" src="http://localhost:8080" style="width:100%;height:90%"></iframe>
Tuesday, 24 January 2012
- Neocoretech NDV is a 1:1 connection between 1 Thin Client and 1 Hosted PC (in this case a Virtual PC)
- Terminal Services is a 1:n connection between n Thin Clients and 1 Hosted Server (could be a physical virtual Server)
- Neocoretech NDV is not tied to RDP and can use any available protocol including rich multimedia support, bi-directional sound and USB redirection. Available protocols are RDP, UXP, NX, RDP TCX...
- Terminal Services IS RDP so no protocol choice here. If Terminal Services does not provide sufficient performance, nothing can solve that!
- Neocoretech NDV supports any x86 OS, which allows a user to run a Microsoft Windows XP, Windows 7 or Linux, with 32-bit or 64-bit distributions.
- Terminal Services is only supported by Microsoft servers, so the end user can run a remote session on a Windows 2003 or 2008 Server. Some tweaks exist to create a Windows 7 look and feel from a Windows 2008 session.
- Neocoretech NDV runs a single computer for each user, which means any application available on the OS used will be available to the user.
- Terminal Services runs multiple shared instances of a unique program within the same server (2003 or 2008) and only applications allowed to be shared are available to the end user.
- Operating system choice
- All applications are supported
- Different applications installed according to user profile
- All protocols supported
- High availability options
- Requires powerful servers
- High density - good ratio server sizing/number of users
- CAL licensing cost per session and per application
- Poor multimedia performance
- Complex GPO settings, if different desktops are to be presented based on user profiles (all applications need to be installed)