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Posted on 2007-11-26
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hi experts,

my boss is after setting up a domain at his home (where using windows 2003 sbs premium). He also wants to be able to connect up to the domain here at work and access his emails etc. Where running windows 2003 enterprise at work. What is going to be the easiest way to get this working. Im guessing its through domain trusts? if so how do i go about setting this up. We already have a vpn established through a cisco pix that allows remote users to log onto our work domain.

thankyou for your help

paul
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You can't have trusts with an SBS server - so you can't do this.
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If he has a desktop at work, you could allow him/her to remote desktop to the machine, and there he/she would be able to work as normal.

Your VPN may allow him to log  in as a remote-domain user, and so he/she'd have access to systems as per firewall rules, including e-mail.
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