What is Remote Access Server (RAS)?

Definition of Remote Access Server (RAS)

Remote Access Server (RAS) refers to a type of Server which is responsible for providing a set of services to the remotely connected computing customers or users.

How Does Remote Access Server (RAS) work?

Users are remotely connected using a network and have access to shared resources.

Remote Access Server (RAS) is usually deployed with an organization’s infrastructure. Remote Access Server (RAS) is directly connected with the organization’s system.

A user connected with the Remote Access Server (RAS) directly gets connected the organization’s system.

Connected users are able to access the organization’s system and can store and access their data at any time using the internet.

How and where Remote Access Server (RAS) is used?

Remote Access Server (RAS) is used in large organizations which provide resource services to their connected customers via internet.

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