windows server 2012 r2

Is Celestix SecureAccess an alternative to DirectAccess or Always On VPN?

What is Microsoft AutoVPN or Always On VPN? The official name of AutoVPN is Always-on VPN profile.  It is a client-side technology...

Microsoft DirectAccess vs Celestix SecureAccess; how do they compare?

Microsoft DirectAccess vs Celestix SecureAccess; how do they compare?

Overview Organizations may wonder whether an appliance provides worthwhile advantages over deploying Microsoft DirectAccess running on a generic Windows Server...

Simplify Remote Access Deployment for Your Physical and Virtual Environments

Simplify Remote Access Deployment for Your Physical and Virtual Environments

Celestix SecureAccess is a comprehensive remote access solution designed to simplify the deployment of Windows-based remote access technologies. Organizations that...

Celestix SecureAccess Platform – Much More Than Just an Appliance

Celestix SecureAccess Platform – Much More Than Just an Appliance

The Celestix SecureAccess advanced hardware appliance platform is a dedicated, purpose-built appliance designed to simplify the implementation and ongoing management...

Celestix SecureAccess Appliance Supported Workloads

Celestix SecureAccess Appliance Supported Workloads

The Celestix SeucreAccess Appliance is based on Windows Server 2012 R2 and delivers the Unified Remote Access role on a...

How to Increase Productivity and Information Security Using Work Folders

How to Increase Productivity and Information Security Using Work Folders

What is Work Folders? Work Folders is a service that is part of the File and Storage Services role in...

Upgrading your Microsoft Active Directory Federated Services 2.0 (ADFS 2.0) to Celestix A Series

Upgrading your Microsoft Active Directory Federated Services 2.0 (ADFS 2.0) to Celestix A Series

As our internal systems and services age in our infrastructure, it becomes necessary and imperative to update and migrate these...

Comparing DirectAccess DMZ and Edge Deployments

Comparing DirectAccess DMZ and Edge Deployments

Introduction When DirectAccess was first introduced with Windows Server 2008 R2, it required the server to be configured with two...