Question about Dell PowerEdge 1550 Server
How would I restrict remote access to a Terminal Server to a specific location/workstation?.
I want our remote users to use a predetermined remote computers/IP address (maybe) when accessing our Terminal Server. What happens is that with proper login credentials and knowledge of the TS' IP address,
remote users can use Windows' Remote Desktop connection and establish a remote desktop session be it on a public computer, unsecured wi-fi and/or compromised PC.
The best way to do this that I've found is to restrict the access via your firewall. Typically, Terminal server is listening on port 3389. So you would create rules in your firewall that will block any traffic to this port from IP addresses or subnets that you don't trust. While you're at it, you should shut down all other ports to everyone if you're not using them.
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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