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ISA 2006 STD : Map public IP Address for remote desktop to client

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How to map public IP Address on ISA 2006 Standard edition for remote to manage client in company. because I sametime outside for seminar or holiday. Please recommend
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Here is an example.
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I think the best way to do that is to configure ISA as VPN server. this way all allowed remote client will manage internal clients securely.
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