When corporate america provides a VPN connection to it’s employees they typically use some RBAC configuration to permit and deny users access from this to that system or service. The challenge is that that network topology is shared and while it’s is presumed that all of the networking is encrypted it’s not guaranteed. Also while some operations have multiple network segments and access to the segments are defined by rules … your peers may see what you are doing.
warning this is the complete opposite of the going minimal posts
Here’s what I’m thinking…
PS lights out operations are needed for several reasons. [a] security [b] data safety [c] scaling operations