N/APosted on - 06/30/2016
I want to know about Windows XP Network Level Authentication technology. How is it related to Remote Desktop Services? Is it important to be implemented in a remote desktop connection?
Information Required On Windows XP Network Level Authentication Technology.
Network Level Authentication or NLA is a technology used in Remote Desktop Connections to authenticate the user that tries to connect to your device remotely.
Software like Team Viewer and Ammy Admin provide a numeric string to their users that identify every user uniquely. When a user establishes a connection, the connecting person is authenticated by that numeric string thus preventing any unauthorized access to the host computer.