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DameWare encryption types

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Updated June 20, 2017

Overview

This article describes the encryption types in DameWare.

Environment

DameWare v9.0 and later

Steps

Refer to the following table for more information.

 

Connection initiator (name of machine or solution, country)

Receiver of connection (name of machine or solution, country)

 

Protocol (e.g. SCP, odbc ,.. ), port #

 

Encryption Method (e.g. TLS, SSH, )

 

Machine or User Authentication (e.g. certificates)

 

Data and flow direction (e.g. sending reports, receiving trades, ….)

 

Remote Control GUI

Remote Control Agent Service

 

TCP/6129

SSL, AES-256

NTLM/NTLMv2, Kerberos authentication

Remote Control Data

 

Remote Control GUI

DameWare Central Server

 

TCP/6133

SSL, AES-256

  • Windows authentication (use AD credentials used to log in to your machine and domain)
  • DameWare authentication, (your DameWare Central Server credentials).

Application License Access & Settings

 

Remote Control Agent Service

DameWare Central Server

 

TCP/6129

 

SSL, AES-256

There is no direct connection from the MRC agent to the Server (the DameWare Internet Proxy Server is between them).

 

Access Logging 

 

Remote Control Agent Service

 

DameWare Internet Proxy  Server

 

 

443

HTTP protocol over TLS/SSL

 

 

SSL

 

DameWare Server  SSL Certificate

 

A certificate for binding must include a private key. A certificate without a private key is rejected by Windows and cannot be used for encryption of communication from the central server and proxy.

 

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23:51, 19 Jun 2017

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