Server: Microsoft Small Business Server 2011
Firewall (VPN): Check Point UTM-1 132 Appliance
Ok this is the situation. I have two individual sites with their own Domain Controller and Exchange at each site (Microsoft Small Business Server).
The two sites wish to share files and documents. I figured we could do this using VPN.
1) Since the two sites are on the their own separate domain, how do we achieve this with regards to authentication etc? Is this configured on the appliance that is configuring the VPN (Check Point for example)
2) What needs to be configured on the server side to ensure users can share documents on between servers successfully?
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