Security and privacy are essential when accessing remote desktops through the Internet. Thinfinity® Remote Desktop provides a reliable, state-of-the-art security that keeps the exchanged information safe.

Secure connections

All the connections to Thinfinity® Remote Desktop from the browser are performed over HTTPS. Thinfinity® Remote Desktop provides you with the means to install your own 256-bit SSL certificate.

Authentication levels

Thinfinity® Remote Desktop allows you to set different authentication levels. You can choose a simple User/Password authentication and specify your own credentials, or Active Directory authentication, which will enable you to authenticate against Windows local or domain users.

Access Profiles

The profile configuration gives you the possibility to restrict the access of different Active Directory users to different computers, thus strengthening the company's security scheme.

If you want to integrate Thinfinity® Remote Desktop authentication with external applications, read the External Authentication and Single-Sign-On topics.

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