What do you like most about Check Point Remote Access VPN?
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The solution has been solid for me for over five years.
Scalability is great. We have been able to grow as a corporation due in part to this type of solution.
The IPSec VPN, Mobile Access, and Identity Awareness are three of the blades with which we have been working with since the pandemic. This has given us great mobility, making our network more dynamic.
To maintain the authorization of the connected user, Check Point provides multi-factor authentication for an RA VPN client to make sure legitimate users have access to resources.
The solution is easy to install, centrally managed, and stable, with good technical support and a straightforward setup.
The biggest advantage of Check Point Remote Access VPN is that we already use the Check Point firewall. We only needed to enable the feature and do the configuration in order to enable the VPN feature. We didn't need to buy or manage new hardware.
Our number of users working remotely vastly increased during the COVID 19 pandemic. Check Point Remote Access VPN allowed us to quickly make the transition from in-office to remote work.
Technical support has been excellent.
One of the features that I like most about this software is that it has a very intuitive, simple, and versatile interface that makes it easy to use and configure.
For us, it was essential to integrate with Active Directory, which is our credentials repository.
The biggest advantage of Check Point Remote Access VPN is that we already use the Check Point firewall. We only needed to enable the feature and do the configuration in order to enable the VPN feature. We didn't need to buy or manage new hardware. This was a big advantage.
The most valuable feature is the seamless access.
It is easy to install the Endpoint Remote Access VPN client to different platforms.
It allows everyone to work from home. If no one could work from home, then we wouldn't have a company, especially now during COVID-19. It's mission-critical, especially since it's currently being used. If there is a problem with it, we would really be screwed. We would be hard-pressed because we would have to figure out what solution we're going to go with, how to deploy it, how long it would take to deploy it, and how we'd even get it on people's computers if we couldn't VPN to them. It would be near impossible to just change to a new VPN solution right now.
The initial set up is not complex.
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