Remote client configuration for VPN

The ninth step in setting up a Windows-based virtual private network is configuring the remote clients. This tip explains how.

After associating your customer's VPN server and DHCP server, the ninth step in setting up a Windows-based virtual private network is configuring the remote clients.

Step 9: Configure your remote clients

To allow a Windows XP client computer to access your private network, you must tell it to use a VPN connection.

Get step-by-step instructions on configuring remote clients.

Get more info on setting up your customer's VPN.

This was last published in June 2007

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