Office setup

I have two pc's one in one town and one in another and want to setup a secure way to set them up. I want to be able to communicate with one and the other. Be able to work and setup folders and work with all the info. I have from one to the other. And want it to be secure. I have DSL. Can you tell me what equipment I need and what I need to do to set it up. Thank You
GoldenspursAsked:
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Justin CollinsConnect With a Mentor IT Support TechnicianCommented:
VPN Tunnel is the best, most secure solution.  I work in a hospital and we have 20+ people connected through VPN tunnels.  We use Linksys Routers.  here is a link at newegg.  They are really easy to set up too.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16833124007
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mikeleebrlaCommented:
what OS are the computers and what networking hardware do you have at each location?
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jas1313Commented:
Have you considered a site-to-site VPN? SonicWall and Netgear devices are a good solution for this situation. And to make it a little easier on yourself, make sure you have static WAN IPs at both sites.
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prashsaxConnect With a Mentor Commented:
If both machines have internet connection, then you could use:

http://www.hamachi.cc/

Its the easy way to connect them securly.
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p_davisCommented:
vpn is a good solution but requires hw.--if you just want to be able to do file transfer or other manipulation directly on teh computer you could use pca or other software to connect.

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prashsaxCommented:
This is a VPN sloution and most easily configurable.

http://www.hamachi.cc/
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