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VPN (acces for 4 user in server 2003 home directories and public shares)

Posted on 2006-10-26
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Hi,

there is a Server2003 running in my workplace and 4 workers would like to connect their homedirectories and public shares from home.

I'd like that the users could use their existing usernames/passwords from server2003, but it's not mandatory.

What kind of hardware/software would you recommend?
Are there step by step instructions for that recommendation?
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Hi,

Have a look at the sonicwall ssl 200 approx £300 pounds ca grow to 10 users without any problems

also

1.No ISP blocks SSL yet
2.Easy to use
3.Hardware box

or what firewall do you have as this may be able to do it or RRAS off a windows box
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