If you use remote configuration, set access control to allow administration from trusted users and computers. If you want your Administration Server to provide end-user access to the LDAP server or local directory information, consider maintaining two Administration Servers and using cluster management, so that the SSL-enabled Administration Server acts as the master server, and the other Administration Server is available for end-users’ access.
For more information regarding clusters, see About Clusters.
You should also turn on encryption for the Administration Server. If you do not use an SSL connection for administration, then be cautious when performing remote server administration over an unsecure network. Anyone could intercept your administrative password and reconfigure your servers.