Netop Remote Control User’s Guide (EN, DE, FR)
Netop Remote Control comprises the following modules:
Netop Guest: Enables the computer user to remote control and interact with another
computer running a Netop Host or extended Host.
Netop Host: Enables the computer to be remote controlled and interacted with from a
computer running a Netop Guest.
Netop WebConnect: A secure web-based service consisting of a Connection Manager
that serves as a meeting hub for Netop Guests and Hosts, and at least one Connection
Server that routes the traffic between Guests and Hosts. The Connection Server is an
Netop Security Server: An extended Host that uses a central database to manage
Guest authentication and authorization across the network. It also provides centralized
logging capabilities and extended authentication methods including RSA.
Netop Gateway: An extended Host that can route Netop traffic between different
communication devices. Netop Gateway can receive Netop communication that uses
one communication device and send it using another communication device. This ability
enables Netop Gateway to provide communication between Netop modules that use
mutually incompatible communication devices, typically to connect Netop modules inside
a network or terminal server environment with Netop modules outside a network or
terminal server environment.
Netop Name Server: An extended Host that can connect Netop modules across
segmented networks. Netop Name Server resolves Netop names into IP addresses,
which can be used for connecting across any TCP/IP network including the Internet.
The Netop Remote Control Adminstrator's Guide for further information about the Security
Server, the Gateway and the Name Server.
The Netop WebConnect Installation Guide for further information about the WebConnect
Article Number: 109
Posted: Tue, Mar 29, 2011 10:10 AM
Last Updated: Mon, Sep 25, 2017 12:26 PM
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