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I want to be able to access my company win2k server from any location with my laptop.I would like to log in just like I am sitting in my office. Should I go with VPN or Terminal services. Which would be the easiest to configure
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terminal service will allow you to actually log in on ur machine or the server directly (if u install on ur office machine or server respectively)

vpn or TS, choice will depend on the network administrator for ur network and also on your existing infrastructure.
terminal service will b simpler to install but will require more money in terms of licensing.
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