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Win 2000 Server setup as a workgroup (not a domain) need to setup remote access with a modem.

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I now have a software package on my server that needs to access from a laptop from a remote site. The software works on a workgroup with no problem. Although I have taken care of servers for a while, I have never needed to setup remote access to a win 2k server (with a external USR modem.)
Does RAS need to be on a domain to be activated? We do not have a high security environment. Is the wizard all you need to know about (if there is one)? Any things I need to look-out for? Any document that you can point me to that will cut-to-the-chase?
 Thanks AMD
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Lee W, MVP earned 125 total points
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This might answer your question.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q254316/
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Thanks I will take a look at this... Tony
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Thanks again, this has helped. Tony
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