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VShell Server

O. James Samson - October 28, 2015

The need for secure network access is on the rise, with more software being developed to handle any issue that might arise as a result. F-Secure and some other programs have contributed in no small way in the same direction. However, one more program that has the ability to add to that list is VShell Server. It comes with an extra ability to create multiple virtual home directories and provision them with AD groups.

What’s the big deal about VShell Server?

VShell Server for SSH2 provides secure access to Windows servers based on the Secure Shell client/server protocol. It can be used for secure network access, system administration, and file transfer. VShell Server provides access through an encrypted tunnel to e-mail, databases and other TCP/IP applications. Files can be transferred securely using SSH2 client SFTP and SCP commands.

The program also provides strong, multi-protocol security for data in transit. The Secure Shell protocol delivers proven, open-standard authentication, encryption, and data integrity that lets you provide different services to your organization with ease. VShell also gives you extensive controls to manage privileges for shell, file transfer and other services.

VShell gets a lot of work down, and is easy to set up and configure.

Want to check it out? Visit Vandyke.

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