What are the technical limitations and required IT resources need to run Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise Centralized Desktop?
Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise Centralized Desktop (VECD) requires a fast and reliable network. Links over long distances will likely result in severely degraded performance. Additionally, beefy server hardware will be needed to host the virtualized Windows Vista desktop instances. Look for 4 GB of memory or more, with fast multi-core processors and redundant network links for best results.
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Certificate pinning helps prevent man-in-the-middle attacks. Here's how to get started, and learn about its potential drawbacks.
Certificate pinning allows admins to verify a legitimate certificate once and receive warnings if it changes.
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