+ 0 Votes Point to Point? or Host to Host or Host to Point? CG IT 5 years ago makes a difference on what type of VPN your trying to use. If your doing Host to Point, what VPN client program? + 0 Votes I would call it "Site to Site" jjcanaday 5 years ago I guess Point to Point.I would like multiple people on the remote side be able to open network shares at the same time. Also, they would have to connect to different servers here in the main office. I know some of this sounds kind of screwy but I'm starting out from where remote users were connecting into a server via Remote Desktop with Admin privileges! (Not my doing, it?s what I inherited.) I have high hopes that there is a configuration that would allow the remote users to log on to their computers with domain logins rather than local computer accounts. + 0 Votes remote users using VPN CG IT 5 years ago If you want remote users to be able to VPN into the main network, gain access to network resources, published shares in Active Directory, then RRAS is a way to go. you can configure PPTP or L2TP and IPSec for remote access clients. A VPN client program can be configured for users to provide 2 factor authentication and access to network resources [shared resources]. Might want to look into Microsoft's ADAM. you can check out ADAM at Microsoft Technet. Allows appls to run as a user account rather than Network Service Account. ADAM Active Directory Application Mode. + 0 Votes Yes, Site to Site is the way to go career 5 years ago Site to Site (or Lan to Lan) VPN is the way to go here. Are you sure the Linksys Routers support IPSec VPN? Cisco should have some type of config example out there for this, considering they own Linksys. + 0 Votes That's what I thought... jjcanaday 5 years ago but if there is one, I can't find it.BTW, I was on vacation when you posted this. I had forgotten about it until I received another post on this thread.The Linksys router was easy - it was the ASA that was giving me fits. I eventually got about 80% there with another white paper from proxicast. The tunnel formed (according to both sides) but computers couldn't see/ping each other. Cisco tech support finally got me up. + 0 Votes Did you get it working? dfindlay 5 years ago Did you get this to work? I have a customer who wants to do the exact same thing. + 0 Votes Cisco Tech Support finally got it working... jjcanaday 5 years ago I was able to finally get it about 80% working using proxicast's LAN-Cell to Cisco ASA VPN Example. (Google "technote LCTN0014) I used the non-Wizard mode starting on page 19. At that point, the VPN would connect but, computers couldn't see (or ping) each other.Finally, Cisco got it working by setting up the proper ACL. I can't find the log of her session right now -- I'll try to post it on Monday. + 0 Votes Did you get it working? dfindlay 5 years ago Did you get this to work? I have a customer who wants to do the exact same thing.