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Hi my company is opening 2 offices in Cyprus and want them to be connected with the main office here in Uk. The remote offices will be with no more than 5 users per office. They will share files between the offices, Applications that will be shared are MS office and Accounting software.
 What is the best solution to deploy. Should it be  installing Citrix access essentials at the main office and the remote offices sharing the applications or deploying VPN solutions. Or you tell me what is the best solution in this case.
Thanks in advance.
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I would go with site to site VPN.
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Site to site VPN and terminal server (no files at remote offices so no worries about backup
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Agree. It's a combination of both. VPN's for secure site-site connectivty and Citrix/Terminal Server for efficient use of bandwidth for applications and file sharing.
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Can we re-open this and make it a split? All I did really was verify the other comments..
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