Creating Connections for Remote Access
As discussed previously, you can create both dial-up and broadband connections for remote access. If you want additional security, you can also configure these connections to use VPN. Windows Vista provides a wizard for creating these connections. In most cases, you’ll want to access this wizard through Network And Sharing Center. Click Start and then click Network. In Network Explorer, click Network And Sharing Center on the toolbar. In Network And Sharing Center, click Set Up A Connection Or Network. You can then create dial-up, broadband, and VPN connections.
Consider whether Group Policy can help you reduce your workload. If you want to use the same connection settings on multiple computers, ...
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