DualShield unified authentication platform delivers multi-factor authentication solutions to all popular remote desktop (RDP) and virtual desktop interfaces (VDI).
Microsoft Terminal Service
The Terminal Services component of the Windows Server operating system provides technologies that enable users to access Windows-based programs that are installed on a terminal server from almost any computing device. Users can connect to a terminal server to run programs and to use network resources on that server.
DualShield for Terminal Service adds multi-factor authentication to the Terminal Services login process, requiring a user to authenticate with a second factor credential such as one-time password before access to the terminal server is allowed.
VMWare Horizon View
With VMWare Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) , users access the virtual desktop and applications from a desktop PC client or thin client using a remote display protocol. Allowing many users access to a centralized repository of applications and data introduces security challenge. DualShield enhances VDI security by adding an extra layer of strong, two-factor authentication that assures the identities of users and protects sensitive company applications and data.
Citrix XenDesktop lets you create virtualized Windows desktops quickly and easily, then make them available to users on demand through any device.
DualShield can be easily deployed to protect Citrix XenDesktop with two-factor authentication, however it is published - from Citrix Access Gateway or Citrix Web Interface, by the DualShiled RADIUS server, or DualShield IIS Agent, or DualShield SSO server.