an option given to people who would like to use a name server on their workstation or on a machine that has a limited amount of memory and CPU cycles
a server running SQL Server on the network that users can access by using their local server
a server that contains remote mailboxes
a Web server on which Open AdStream is not running
A server that has been registered with the user interface, which can later be referenced as a proxy client or as the method to perform a service; for example, a remote RADIUS server can be specified to act as a proxy client.
A web server that hosts web sites and is not directly connected to the computer housing the local site.
In the context of a proxied Access-Request, the remote server is the AAA server that receives the request from the forwarding server. The remote server authenticates the request and sends a reply to the forwarding server.
A machine or server other than the server where SiteScope is installed and running. You use remote connection profiles to configure SiteScope to connect to remote servers running Windows or UNIX/Linux operating systems.