How is secure communication between the Active Roles Synchronization Service and a Remote Connector handled?
The Active Roles Synchronization Service is a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service, so all security aspects are taken care of by WCF.
Active Roles Synchronization Service leverages NetTcpBinding when communicating between the Active Roles Synchronization Service node and a Synchronization Service Remote Connector.
By default, NetTcpBinding has the following characteristics:
Optional configurations include the following:
For Active Roles TLS version support, please see KB 307652:
For more information regarding NetTcpBinding, please refer to this article:
For more information on WCF, please contact Microsoft or consult TechNet.