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Discussion in 'Networking' started by jaetme123, Oct 14, 2008.

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  1. jaetme123

    jaetme123 Thread Starter

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    I am trying to create a remote connection to my server at work (os ms windows 2003) - I currently have the vpn in place but the software I need to access requires a thin client. Do I need any additional hardware ? or can I run the software directly on the server to accomplish the same thing. also is there a certain type of thin client software that i should use? The software company said they have used "graph on" thin client before? I think that this company may be oob - because I can't find them. Any help would be appreciated!!! thank you
     
  2. Wanderer2

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    software usage has nothing to do with running a thin client.
    the software needs to be installed/running from the server.

    You ran the rras wizard and setup the vpn.
    Now you need to logon remotely from any pc using remote desktop.
    Test local RDP access before moving on to access from home.
     
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    thank you for your response...the problem is that the software has a security key and the software company is telling me that i need to run thin client???
     
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