A Secure Log-On
A Secure Log-On
A simple single-sign-on screen belies the power the SRA 4600 provides.
The Set-Up Console
The set-up starts with a look at the status of the device. Here, all the functionality is exposed while a wizard guides the set-up process.
One of the first basic chores is to define the administrative users, end users, groups and so forth. Integration with active directory saves a significant amount of time.
Multiple interfaces make it easy to segment the remote service capabilities of the device.
Defining the user portal is the key to making the device easy to access. The portal is fully customizable and driven by policies.
Offloading Applications Boosts Performance
The ability to offload applications enhances performance and security for remote users.
Once set up, the SRA4600 proves to be simple to administer, thanks to a console that brings simplicity to the process.
NetExtender VPN Provides Secure Remote Access
One of the most powerful capabilities offered by the SRA4600 is the Netextender thin-client VPN, which basically securely extends the network topology to remote workers without any hassles.
Defining File Shares
File Shares make it simple to share files between users, allowing quick collaboration, without the need for complex file-management schemes.
Logging and Reporting Tools
Extensive logging and reporting make security validation, auditing and troubleshooting much simpler.
Built-In Analyzer Tracks Device Operation
The integrated analyzer gives insight to device operations and activity, making it easier to determine licensing needs or to identify performance bottlenecks or other problems.
Simplified Network Access Control
A simplified NAC offers a way to vet systems before being allowed to join the network.
The Secure Virtual Assistant Delivers Remote Help
Integrated tech-support capabilities allow help desk staffers to solve problems by remote control of client systems.
Support for Web Meetings
The SRA 4600 also includes a basic Web meeting and hosting capability, replacing third-party services.
Firewall Keeps Track of Remote User Activities
Real-time firewall monitoring helps keep an eye on remote users and what they are attempting to do.