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Remote Access to Corporate Network

Posted on 2004-04-16
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The remote connection to our corporate network is thru a tunnel that requires a secure ID to be entered.  


If I leave my computer on and connected to the network in my office, and then attempt to use Windows 2000 remote networking to allow me to connect TO my work computer FROM my home computer:

1.  Will it work?

2.  Is the connection likely to be detected by the corporate IT department?  This may not be within policy.

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by:Pete Long
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Hi jseverson,
Whoa STOP this is against the member agreement - and you will receive no help on that from here - sorry most of us are sysadmins

Cheers!
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also your comment

>>secure ID

makes me think your using RSA secure login, probably via a RADIUS server (though Im making an educated guess)
any corporate enviroment that takes security that seriously will not have a hole in the firewall for you to hit your work PC from home.


Pete
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