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RE: [Xen-users] Restrict XCP use XenCenter?

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From: 黃獻輝 <turing@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2011 13:11:35 +0800
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Thanks a lot, I'll try this tool!!

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From: todd.deshane.xen@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:todd.deshane.xen@xxxxxxxxx] On Behalf 
Of Todd Deshane
Sent: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 12:45 PM
To: 黃獻輝
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Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Restrict XCP use XenCenter?

2011/9/27 黃獻輝 <turing@xxxxxxxxxx>:
> Dear all,
> How to make XCP cannot management by XenCenter?
> We have an environment about 10 XCP host,
> and provide about 50 vm for users,
> We notice that some users want to use XenCenter to connect the XCP 
> host,
> even they don’t have password,
> so we want to make XCP cannot use XenCenter and only for console 
> management,
> is it possible?

XVP is a good tool for this use case in the general sense.

I wonder if xapi detects the specific type of client that is connecting or if 
XenCenter has a traffic pattern that could be detected and blocked by a 
firewall or intrusion detection.

Todd Deshane
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