You have remote users who rarely, if ever, visit an office, and connect almost exclusively through a VPN. The VPN connection isn't a significant support headache except when you need network access during Windows logon. For example, when creating a local account profile or changing a user's domain password.
This handy, one-page task sheet shows you how to achieve VPN connectivity during Windows logon using Microsoft's, Cisco?s and Checkpoint?s VPN clients. The process is designed for Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional.
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