Connecting Remote Users to Your Network with Windows Server 2003
It is critical for business professionals today to have secure access to their information from anywhere at any time. Windows Server 2003 integrates the latest remote access technology to make it easier for employees to connect to their corporate network.
This white paper outlines how Windows Server 2003 can provide telecommuters and mobile computing professionals with access to their private organization network resources. It also details the steps needed to set up a remote access server running Windows Server 2003 and remote access clients running Windows XP. With integrated dial-up and virtual private networking services, Windows Server 2003 provides a complete remote access solution for medium-sized networks.
Included in This Document
Selecting a Remote Access Solution
Setup for Dial-Up Remote Access Servers
Setup for Virtual Private Networking Servers
Configuring Dial-up Remote Access and Virtual Private Networking
Setting Remote Access Permissions and Policies
Client Configuration and Deployment
- Virtual Private Networks IT Solutions Page
- Frequently Asked Questions About Virtual Private Networking
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Updated: Dec 8, 2003