DirectAccess Concentrator


DirectAccess Concentrator

IVO Networks DirectAccess Concentrator Series appliances have been designed to enable DirectAccess in Windows 7, 8 and 10 clients to enhance the productivity of mobile workers by connecting them seamlessly and more securely to their corporate network any time they have Internet access—without the need to VPN. When your IT department enables DirectAccess, the corporate network’s file shares, intranet websites, and line-of-business applications remain accessible wherever you have an Internet connection.

IVO Networks is a Microsoft Authorized OEM design, manufacturer, and distributor of Microsoft Windows DirectAccess Concentrator appliances that have been designed based on Windows Server Embedded 2012 R2 64-bit, security hardened operating systems, and integrated Nitrox IPsec/SSL encryption processor chipsets to provide end users with the performance and response times they expect.

IVO Networks DAC-2400

IVO Networks DAC-2400

IVO Networks DAC-4400

IVO Networks DAC-4400

IVO Networks DAC-6400

IVO Networks DAC-6400

Overview

IVO Networks DirectAccess Concentrator Series appliances provide your remote Windows 7, 8 and 10 DirectAccess feature users a seamless remote connection anytime they have Internet access. This enables your users to securely access internal network resources (such as email servers, shared folders, or intranet Web Sites) without having to go through a virtual private network (VPN) while enabling IT administrators to manage remote computers as if they were on the internal network.

IVO Networks DirectAccess Concentrator Series appliances provide your remote Windows 7, 8 and 10 DirectAccess feature users a seamless remote connection anytime they have Internet access. This enables your users to securely access internal network resources (such as email servers, shared folders, or intranet Web Sites) without having to go through a virtual private network (VPN) while enabling IT administrators to manage remote computers as if they were on the internal network.

IVO Networks is a Microsoft Authorized OEM design, manufacturer, and distributor of Microsoft DirectAccess Concentrator appliances that have been designed based on Windows Server Embedded 2012 R2 64-bit, and security hardened operating systems.

IVO Networks has also designed into our DirectAccess Concentrator mainboard integrated Nitrox IPsec/SSL encryption processor chipsets to provide end users with the performance and response times they expect with Microsoft networking technology. This gives IVO solutions a performance advantage over competing solutions that use general purpose server components with add-on PCIe boards to try and bolster general server under performance.

Working outside the office is easier than ever. DirectAccess in Windows 7, 8 and 10 and IVO Networks DirectAccess Concentrator appliances enhance the productivity of mobile workers by connecting them seamlessly and more securely to their corporate network any time they have Internet access—without the need to VPN. When your IT department enables DirectAccess, the corporate network’s file shares, intranet websites, and line-of-business applications remain accessible wherever you have an Internet connection.

Manage remote machines more effectively. Flexibility gives IT the opportunity to service remote machines on a regular basis and ensure that mobile users stay up to date with company policies. With DirectAccess, IT administrators can manage mobile computers by updating Group Policy settings and distributing software updates any time the mobile computer has Internet connectivity, even if the user is not logged on.

Enhance security and access control. To keep data safer as it travels public networks, DirectAccess uses IPv6-over-IPsec to encrypt communicate ons transmitted across the Internet. DirectAccess is designed to reduce unnecessary traffic on the corporate network by sending only traffic destined for the corporate network through the IVO Networks DirectAccess Concentrator appliance. In addition to authenticating the computer, DirectAccess can also authenticate the user and supports multifactor authentication, such as a smart card. IT administrators can configure which intranet resources specific users can access using DirectAccess.