tsplus advanced built in firewall
Last week, The development team at TSplus announced a new release of TSplus Advanced Security, the RDS Server Security Multi-tool. Advanced Security 4.4 comes with a great new feature to counteract compatibility issues with antivirus: its own built-in firewall! Read on to learn why this is a big step forward in Remote Desktop Security.
TSplus Advanced Security is a unique tool on its own, offering up to seven powerful security features to make sure servers, data and users stay protected when using TSplus security. No other tool on the market offers this level of protection for this specific connection type.
From access restriction rules by device, time and geographic location to a powerful defense against brute-force and Ransomware attacks, TSplus Advanced Security keeps remote sessions as safe as possible for everyone.
Facing the countless cyberattacks performed via Remote Desktop connections, it is necessary that RDS administrators equip themselves with the best possible security tools. TSplus Advanced Security is the most comprehensive solution available out there.
Today, TSplus adds a new string to the companion tool’s bow with its own built-in firewall!
To enable it, administrators need to go to the “Advanced settings” tab of the AdminTool and set “Use Windows Firewall” to “No” in Product settings. This will automatically activate Advanced Security’ s firewall!
- IT Admins will now be able to use the security companion tool in conjunction with industry standard antivirus options, with no firewall conflicts. Organizations will no longer be locked into using Windows firewall. To make it even more attractive, Advanced Security’s new firewall is efficient – low resource footprint and optimized bandwidth usage
- With its new firewall, Advanced Security will have access to a wide range of data and will be able to perform Deep Packet Inspection and to develop useful network monitoring features in the future.
TSplus Advanced Security 4.4 includes all previous releases enhancements and fixes, such as the “Backup/Restore” button at the top of Advanced Settings. Backup or Restore Advanced Security data and settings in a click.
Plus, the new Permissions feature which provides the easiest way to Inspect (Security Essentials) and Edit (Ultimate Protection) user and group Windows privileges for sensitive locations.