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Mikrotik router RDP brute force blocking with whitelist

Masters, We have a miktorik router, and we would like to block RDP brute force, but we need whitelist also to allow our collegaues to connect without blocking them. (they sometimes hitting wrong ...
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TS_Block and Windows 2008

I am running a Windows 2008 Server and I have installed ts_block on it to help block RDP brute force attempts on the server. Question 1: What I wanted to know is there any benefit for me using ...
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Remote Desktop Connection error

When I try to connect to remote host with Windows Server 2003 R2 SE via RDP from another few Windows Server 2003 clients I get the following error. The client could not connect to the remote ...
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1answer
302 views

does Windows sshd_block still work, work with windows 2008, or is there an alternative? [closed]

I saw this post: Cygwin SSHd Autoblock Failed Logins And I tried to implement it but I'm getting no results. Of course, it probably is me but before I went further I wanted to know if anyone has it ...
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Remote Desktop working in LAN, but not over WAN

We have a server with Remote Desktop enabled, but we can only access the server from inside the LAN. Port forwarding on port 3389 is set up on the gateway/modem (Comcast SMCD3G) and canyouseeme.org ...
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399 views

Implementing a form of port knocking + Phone Factor = 2 Factor auth for RDP?

I have been looking into how to secure a publicly-available RDP endpoint and want to implement our two-factor authentication RADIUS server, PhoneFactor. I would like to implement the following ...
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Forefront TMG 2010 RDP Connections without non-standard ports

From my reading, it looks like the Forefront TMG will not allow the passing of RDP connections through the firewall without configuring a non-standard port for each IP address of the internal servers ...
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Large number of failed RDP login attempts

I've seen this same question discussed for unix style servers- such as here Is it normal to get hundreds of break-in attempts per day? But I would like to know if there is a similar recommendation ...
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Win 2008 r2 — client and server are both behind a NAT

I am new to win2008. I have a Win2008 R2 server installed and need to know how to get a client system (Win7), using remote desktop, terminal server, or whatever windows 2008 provides, to connect to ...
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125 views

Server 2008 R2 Exact Firewall Rule For RDP

I have a server 2008 r2 and have changed the RDP port and a few other things. Is there a way to lock down the changed port to only work on the rdp service. I set incoming rule to system/services but ...
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166 views

RDP Relay Server

Are there any products that act as a relay server for RDP connections similar to how copilot and logmein work? Both the host and client would be windows machines, and likely behind firewalls where we ...
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Firewalls that block RDP over port 443

I need people to reach my servers over SSH and RDP. Both ports are blocked outbound at many companies, especially the large ones. However, I also suspect that in 90% of companies there is nothing to ...
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Can't connect remotely to Windows Server 2008 R2

I have a new Dell R710 server running Windows Server 2008 R2. I one of it's 4 nic's set up and the rest are not being used. I have successfully given it an ip address, network mask, and dns servers. I ...
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1answer
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View Security Server and Direct Connection

I have a Security Server for my connections from the Internet. This works fine, accept when I enable "Direct Connection to the desktop". I found the following statement on this: If you bypass the ...