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Remote Wrokstation Access to the Server Domain

A remote Workstation (Windows XP) requires access (Login) to the Server Domain. A DSL service is used for Internat Access.  What do I need at the Workstation (Software/Hardware) for
the AD Users to Login to the Netork Domain?

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You're going to need to setup a VPN connection between the Server and workstation.  Then in the AD properties of the user account click the Dial-In tab and select "Allow access" for Remote Access.
Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
You could use one od several technologies or a combination see http://www.petri.co.il/what's_remote_desktop.htm

Depends what you want it for but VPN is often favoured see http://www.microsoft.com/technet/network/vpn/default.mspx

JonFioravanAuthor Commented:
Dear bluetab;

Thank you for the reply.  What vendor is recommended for the VPN Software?

What's the OS of your office server and brand of office router?  They may have this feature built-in.
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