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Edward56

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I have a Sonicwall SSL-VPN 200 and I would like to know if each server or desktop computer must have terminal services running in order to remote access my office PC? I know I can get it to work running Windows XP Professional but it won't work with XP Home Edition.
 

Edward56

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thank you draceplace. I'm aware of what you said, I was only wondering if there's another way to do it without terminal services. I don't need help with the Sonicwall SSL-VPN unit, I just wanted to know if there's another way like maybe Java or some type of ActiveX control, basically anyway other way without the system running or needing terminal services.

Thank you for your help and response.
 
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I'm not aware of a way but if there is that would be awesome. I know of other programs like logmein.com, gotomypc, etc. that would work but that is software only.
 
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