How to create VPN

Posted on 2003-02-20
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I would like to login on my workstation at the work from my home computer. What do i need to do for this case. Can anyonce suggest me on this issue.

How to create VPN ?
Question by:sekharcr

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Jivko earned 200 total points
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You can use Remote Access software , like VNC or built in Remote desctop Protocol in WinXP

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Laplink is also a good product.  www.laplink.com.  You may also want to look at products like www.gotomypc.com.  they seem to have a way to traverse firewalls with their software..  of course the popular product is pcanywhere from Symantec. For 1 machine accessing another machine I wouldn't necessarily worry about a VPN per se. I think it's remote control products that will help you out here.  I've mentioned products that you would have to purchase - you can certainly use the free products out there like VNC or the tools in Windows as Jivko mentioned.

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