The Product's Architecture (Cont. 2)
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- To configure the system (add proxied services, set access permissions),
a GUI based on win2K's MMC is used.
- This GUI stores the configuration in an active-directory server,
and then notifies the data-center appliance to take the configuration.
In addition, the GUI can show events, accounting data, etc.
- Each appliance runs (a subset of) several processes - a multi-threaded
communications process, a compression adaptation process, a configuration
control process, an accounting process, and events-handling process...