Barry Zubel
Fri Jul 11 17:17:00 2003

Yes, for the most part, a remote user connected to the network via a VPN
can be considered as if they are physically connected to the LAN (with a
much slower connection though).

When they initiate the VPN connection, they will be assigned an IP
address compatible with the LAN, so all you need is that IP address, and
a copy of VNCServer running on their machine and you will be able to
connect with VNCViewer. (firewall/port blocks etc pending)

Barry Zubel
Able Packaging Designs Ltd

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-----Original Message-----
From: [] On
Behalf Of willie wimbush
Sent: 11 July 2003 16:31
Subject: Question

If I'm connected to a network with a domain and i have and end user who 
works remotely, using a vpn
connection is their a way for me to use vnc to access their desktop.

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