RDP means Remote Desktop Protocol.
It was developed by the Microsoft. It allows to connect any windows computer or server remotely with a graphical interface. It provides full access to the software installed in the computer. Every computer can connect to another windows computer by this RDP software.
Admin RDP means dedicated RDP server. This RDP will provide you adminstrator access. It is also part of larger server. In Admin RDP you'll get dedicated IP for the server alongwith dedicated cpu, storage and RAM. There are few restrictions if you work using dedicated RDP admin access. You can check the security of your server by admin access.
You can also change password of your server.
A remote desktop server allows users to work from any location – at home, on the road, or in the office. A network connection is not required. There is no additional hardware needed to link the remote user to the server. All that is needed is access to the Internet and a web browser.
To connect RDP, you need to open RDP. Then Log in with IP/username/Password. Your RDP will be connected through Remote Desktop connection.
In Admin RDP, You will get full access to the server. You'll get dedicated IP, You can install any program. And, You'll get access to the Server manager with Changing RDP port.
In shared RDP Browser, you will get High resources and accessories for browsing. It is cheaper than admin RDP along with dedicated storage.
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RDP sessions work over an encrypted channel that doesn't not allow anyone to view your session by listening on the network. But there is a vulnerability found in the earlier versions. It may give permission unauthorised access to your RDP session by a man-in-the-middle attack.
You can use RDP using SSL or TLS in different windows versions securely. But Remote Desktop is more secure compared to remote adminstration tool like VNC.
RDP Security considerations for remote desktop include: Direct accessibility of systems on the public internet.
Vulnerability and patch management of exposed systems.
Internal lateral movement after initial compromise.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA).
Controlling, auditing, and logging remote access.