Thank you "Bleepin' Janitor.
My mistake, I apologize. Acronyms are strange things sometimes. The RDC I was referring to is Remote Desktop Connection. Perhaps I should have used RDP instead. I just wanted to know if there was something extra special about RSAT over Remote Desktop with SSL. For example, when I set up RSAT, is the security already set up (I don't have to set up a certificate, do I?) With RSAT, do I have to prepare my firewall for ports 5985 & 5986 or is that automatically done? If I use RSAT with Wifi, do I still need to port forward?
I'm just trying to understand the advantage(s) of RSAT as compared to Remote Desktop with SSL. Thanks again, joe.