I have most of my data users using a Microsoft Terminal Server accesing confidential data throught Thin clients, how can we protect with HDLP 9.0 those clients?
What software you use as thin client? Are your users first logging into somewhere through Radmin and from their launching the thin client s/w?
- Amiya Bisoi
I dont Use SW like Thin Clients, i have a Thin Clients Hardware Based like "HP T5540" which make a RDP Connection to my Terminal Server that server has a SAN attached, we need to protect some confidential data, but all environment is in Terminal Server.
sorry - HDLP does not support your environment, it's a client based solution (ie Thick client).
what's the exact leakage point you are trying to prevent?
I agree with safeboot. HDLP might not be a good idea if your users use their personal PCs to access data through remote access. Also HDLP doesn't support servers (can't install on your central server in which data resides).
You should give a look into McAfee NDLP. Thanks!