New Chalktalk on Network Access Rights

We just posted a new Video Chalktalk talking about privilege elevation over remote connections with Centrify’s DirectAuthorize for Windows.  Pretty technical, but also pretty amazing.

Centrify's unique ability to elevate user privilege across remote connections on Windows Server
Rich takes us through Centrify’s unique ability to elevate user
privilege across remote connections on Windows Server
Rich Loose and I (okay, mostly Rich ;->) get into the machinery for authenticating users over remote connections.  This isn’t the case where you use RDP, for example, to do a remote logon.  This is where you might use a console like Services.msc to connect remotely to a server and manage its services over the wire without logging into it.

DirectAuthorize has a unique ability to elevate privilege over remote connections like these, which can be incredibly useful for some very powerful use cases for privileged account management on Windows Server.  This feature is the network access right in DirectAuthorize.

We’re calling this Centrify DirectAuthorize for Windows Part 6: Network Access Rights.  You can see it here:

http://www.centrify.com/resources/video_chalktalk_library.asp#server-suite