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how do I limit access to resources and network places?

Hello all..

Well, my problem is this... I have setup for another branch office to be able to access by vpn into my network and connect through a remote desktop connection to one of my boxes. They will be using financial software on that box that they can only use. However my problem is this... I dont want them to see any other nodes, resources, or surf the Entire Network. I just want them to be on that box and see nothing else. How can I do this?
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peter41Commented:
There can help firewall, or packet filter.  Placement of firewall depends on your network topology.
What software or device do you use for VPN ?
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sbodnarAuthor Commented:
I use SBS03 and Im using microsofts VPN tool
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peter41Commented:
Yes, deploy firewall or packet filter in this case on your SBS server. But very probably not all firewall provides you required functionality in this case.
For example http://www.softinengines.com/ can do this.
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sbodnarAuthor Commented:
I just ended up deny access to all shares on the network that the user was able to see.
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