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Now I am working on a project for let user remote access our windows 2000
server. I have setup a Windows 2000 server as domain controller in our main
office. Users, who in the main office, can login in our domain –
ourdomain.com. We have a branch office in another state. There are about 10
users in the branch office. We use T1 line to connect from main office’s
server to branch office’s client. I want to setup Window XP for these 10
users and let them login to our domain same as our main office’s users, and
they can save their document to our main office’s server. I have to use T1
line. If it is possibly, could you give me some ideas? Thanks a lot.

--qq
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  1. Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.work_remotely (More info?)

    Set up hardward VPN endpoints at both locations.

    This will allow all the win XP users to accsess everything at head office
    like they were there.

    Matt Gibson - GSEC

    "qq" <qq@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:B1AD983C-CE37-4850-8A4C-F4805B592EE1@microsoft.com...
    > Now I am working on a project for let user remote access our windows 2000
    > server. I have setup a Windows 2000 server as domain controller in our
    > main
    > office. Users, who in the main office, can login in our domain -
    > ourdomain.com. We have a branch office in another state. There are about
    > 10
    > users in the branch office. We use T1 line to connect from main office's
    > server to branch office's client. I want to setup Window XP for these 10
    > users and let them login to our domain same as our main office's users,
    > and
    > they can save their document to our main office's server. I have to use T1
    > line. If it is possibly, could you give me some ideas? Thanks a lot.
    >
    > --qq
  2. Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.work_remotely (More info?)

    Hi, Matt,

    Thank you for your reply. I don’t want to use VPN. Because my boss want me
    to let branch office’s users connect and login to windows 2003 server
    directly same as our main office’s users. But I have to use T1 line. Is it
    possible? Is it same configuration both main office’s client PC configuration
    and branch office’s client PC configuration? Do we have any performance
    problem if these 10 users login our windows 2003 server at same time, because
    I know that the bandwidth of T1 line is 1.544Mbps?

    Hope you can give some suggestion. Thanks a lot.

    --qq


    "Matt Gibson" wrote:

    > Set up hardward VPN endpoints at both locations.
    >
    > This will allow all the win XP users to accsess everything at head office
    > like they were there.
    >
    > Matt Gibson - GSEC
    >
    > "qq" <qq@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:B1AD983C-CE37-4850-8A4C-F4805B592EE1@microsoft.com...
    > > Now I am working on a project for let user remote access our windows 2000
    > > server. I have setup a Windows 2000 server as domain controller in our
    > > main
    > > office. Users, who in the main office, can login in our domain -
    > > ourdomain.com. We have a branch office in another state. There are about
    > > 10
    > > users in the branch office. We use T1 line to connect from main office's
    > > server to branch office's client. I want to setup Window XP for these 10
    > > users and let them login to our domain same as our main office's users,
    > > and
    > > they can save their document to our main office's server. I have to use T1
    > > line. If it is possibly, could you give me some ideas? Thanks a lot.
    > >
    > > --qq
    >
    >
    >
  3. Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.work_remotely (More info?)

    Uh, you basically NEED to use a VPN. There's no way of making the two
    networks seem link one without using one.

    Matt Gibson - GSEC

    "qq" <qq@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:1376E9F1-72A4-4F4D-AB04-BBDE6FBBC417@microsoft.com...
    > Hi, Matt,
    >
    > Thank you for your reply. I don't want to use VPN. Because my boss want me
    > to let branch office's users connect and login to windows 2003 server
    > directly same as our main office's users. But I have to use T1 line. Is it
    > possible? Is it same configuration both main office's client PC
    > configuration
    > and branch office's client PC configuration? Do we have any performance
    > problem if these 10 users login our windows 2003 server at same time,
    > because
    > I know that the bandwidth of T1 line is 1.544Mbps?
    >
    > Hope you can give some suggestion. Thanks a lot.
    >
    > --qq
    >
    >
    > "Matt Gibson" wrote:
    >
    >> Set up hardward VPN endpoints at both locations.
    >>
    >> This will allow all the win XP users to accsess everything at head office
    >> like they were there.
    >>
    >> Matt Gibson - GSEC
    >>
    >> "qq" <qq@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> news:B1AD983C-CE37-4850-8A4C-F4805B592EE1@microsoft.com...
    >> > Now I am working on a project for let user remote access our windows
    >> > 2000
    >> > server. I have setup a Windows 2000 server as domain controller in our
    >> > main
    >> > office. Users, who in the main office, can login in our domain -
    >> > ourdomain.com. We have a branch office in another state. There are
    >> > about
    >> > 10
    >> > users in the branch office. We use T1 line to connect from main
    >> > office's
    >> > server to branch office's client. I want to setup Window XP for these
    >> > 10
    >> > users and let them login to our domain same as our main office's users,
    >> > and
    >> > they can save their document to our main office's server. I have to use
    >> > T1
    >> > line. If it is possibly, could you give me some ideas? Thanks a lot.
    >> >
    >> > --qq
    >>
    >>
    >>
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