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Source: - Posted by Ryan Berens   
Vendors/Products decides to take EnGarde Secure Linux: Community Edition for a spin in this thorough distro review. He describes the installation, displays screen shots from various aspects of the platform, and goes into some detail regarding managing services, backing up files, checking logs, setting up firewalls, and more. He had this to say about WebTool: In short the web tool is a one stop shop for troubleshooting and managing your server from a remote location. A very powerful interface indeed. On another note, he even mentions how EnGarde could provide an opportunity to bypass hardware limitations for those looking to set up their own server! Overall, a great review on the capabilities and features of EnGarde and not to be missed.

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Well doneWritten by dave on 2007-10-15 11:00:01
Nice work, guys. "I was really amazed at the things you can achieve from within the web tool." That is a very accurate quote.

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