Configuring Remote Access Clients

In a remote access networking environment, the server component is only half of the configuration, and the remote access clients need to be properly configured to complete the secured mobile access environment. There are many variations in remote access client systems that make choosing the right client configuration important.

A client system could vary based on the operating system—such as Windows 95/98, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, or Windows XP—or the client system could be a Macintosh, Unix system, or even a system at an Internet café or kiosk in an airport. The configuration of the client system also varies based on the type of information being transferred—such as email, files, or confidential database information. ...

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