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We have a remote workstation running windows 8 that needed to connect to our server 2003 vpn for printer and drive sharing.
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I use NCP Secure Entry V9.31 on my Windows 8 Pro 64-bit and it works perfectly to connect to all of my clients' servers. Some of these are Server 2003 and some are Server 2008. Works fine and I recommend NCP for this purpose. www.ncp-e.com 

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@networkadmin - Thanks, and I was happy to help.

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