Re: VPN and Fedora server/Win client?
Date: 20 Apr 2005 08:18:44 -0700
> In comp.os.linux.misc email@example.com wrote:
> : I'm not even sure if what we want to do, VPN can allow. What I've
> : looked around at so far, has more confused me than anything.
> : We have an employee that will be moving to another city, and will
> : to be able to access files on a server here, but more than just
> : sFTP would allow. Will need to access files in multiple
> : and possibly another folder on another machine on the LAN.
> How about just using SSH- then the user can browse at will after
Well, I thought of that, and teaching them how to use SCP, and sFTP,
but the user in question will need to copy files back and forth from
their machine, to and from not only the server they'll connect to, but
also to and from user shared folders on Windows machines within the
Thanks for the reply!
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