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VPN ... where to start??

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Hi,

Im not really sure how to set up remote desktop logins, Ive never done it before. The consultant that oversees our computer system wants to be able to log into any desktop through our server which runs Windows 2003 Server, through the internet. The operating system is a fresh installation with only a few apps at the moment so I cant really stuff anything up.

So how do I do this?
Thanks.
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also have a look at this article :
http://computer.howstuffworks.com/vpn.htm/printable
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