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It has always been a great deal to balance both security and performance. But here we have presented a scenario in which a local scheduler of a networked system can schedule its jobs on and across other systems in the network securely. There by creating an environment in which no system is idle when even two systems are communicating. This clubs both distributed computing and load sharing. Thus high performance is assured.When we look onto the other side of the coin of such networked systems, security concerns arise. These issues are handled by employing new level of managerial systems called authenticated distribution managers (ADMs) for managing the co-operating systems. ADM does the work of job division and integration based on the security implications of its authenticator. Any system can select any other system as an ADM and transfer its security policies to it. Thus the security is not compromised even if there is load distribution across various systems. Thus we have presented an overview of a high performance network without security being compromised.