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Verify that a strong encryption method is invoked before the Administrator’s password




 









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2.3.a Strong Encryption for Administrator Access   Verify that a strong encryption method is invoked before the Administrator’s password


This query verifies that Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance services are configured properly on all selected Windows endpoints. You can use the output to prove your compliance with this section of PCI DSS and if you see any endpoints not configured properly you need to reconfigure them.

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2.3.a Strong Encryption for Administrator Access
 




Related Alerts and Reports:

2.3.b Insecure Remote Login Not Available
    Make sure Telnet and other non-secure remote login commands are not available for remote access


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