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Remote access advice

Remote access advice

Remote access advice

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I'm looking for some advice/suggestions as to what might be the best way to set up remote access to our company.

We are currently affiliated with a large corporation, and all users have access to RDP their PCs and access some software apps via Citrix over the internet.

We are going to separate from this corporation, and become a smaller company, but our users will still need access to their PCs remotely.
We already have Citrix server licenses.

I'm not sure what options are out there - and what I should consider.
Or if I should attempt to set it up exactly as we were before.

I'm not looking for instructions on how to set this up, but rather, some suggestions as to our options and ideas for me to research...

Thanks in advance!
Amber

RE: Remote access advice

1) Traditional remote access VPN (either SSL or IPSec)
2) Use a hosted service like gotomypc or rdm+

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