The Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is a hardware chip designed to enable computers to achieve a greater level of security. The TPM is at the heart of the Trusted Computing initiative, and thus it provides the root of trust for many applications. In the Distributed Environment all the systems are connected together with a limited bandwidth.The security feature deals with the root of trust using Trusted Attestation Key. The Trusted Attestation Key will increase the security feature by the concept of DAA protocol. Direct anonymous attestation (DAA) protocol is a special digital signature primitive, which provides a balance between signer, authentication and system privacy. An issuer is in charge of verifying the legitimacy of users and DAA credential issued to each signer. Trusted Attestation Key can be used as a tool for authenticity. The TAK is the authenticated key generated for each individual and holds the secret signing key in the remote server database. Authentication can be applied at the level of Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) for accessing the information through remote connection. WMI tools can be implemented using Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF). The authentication to the distributed system environment with Distributed Shared Memory (DSM) can be modeled with the Trusted Platform Technology.