How safer to connect remotely to the server?

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Assume that access has received a bad person. In the case of a VPN will have access to the local network and the server will have the ability to run their programs to work with network (to find vulnerabilities and so on). Through RDP it will have access to only one server, rights are limited, especially not turn around.
Actually only via RDP or VPN? Everywhere suggest using VPN, but this is true in the case of an external invasion, but when a famous logins\passwords the better to defend themselves?
August 23rd 19 at 10:49
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August 23rd 19 at 10:51
> Through RDP it will have access to only one server, rights are limited, especially not turn around.

And the server, so the access network does not have? :-)

When a well-known logins-passwords-you need to share permissions on multiple accounts. Manage network equipment -- one account, the domain-second, and iron by the server (meaning the OS) -- the third. For each system, in short -- separate account with a separate password.

And to monitor the use of these records. To each his own. Type, logged on to a server-SNiP, the TEXT came in like "with your uchetku are logged in to the server-so." If it's not you-it's definitely pale :-)

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