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Remote Access Server Role

What is a Remote Access Server?


The Remote Access Server Role in Windows server operating systems provides services for remote user support via VPN or DirectAccess, routing, and publishing HTTP(S)-based applications outside the corporate network. These services offer logging that can monitor network activity and debug logging for troubleshooting connectivity issues.

In the world of NXLog

In many cases, Microsoft’s RRAS server is a critical point of a corporate network. As its role is to enable people to access a network remotely, it is a rather important service from a security perspective. RRAS creates several different types of logs that are present in various places, log files, in a database, in Windows Event Log, and through Event Tracing providers. NXLog can collect these logs, and the methods are described in a comprehensive integration topic in the Microsoft Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) section of the NXLog documentation.

Known as

RRAS, rras server, windows rras, routing and remote access server, microsoft rras


Microsoft Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS)

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