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Remote Users logging onto server

Remote Users logging onto server

Remote Users logging onto server

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Hello all,

I currently have 2 offices Head office and a satellite office).

I currently have a server in both offices and each has its own domain.  

I want to be able to allow users in Sat office to login to head office and have their roaming profile saved back there allowing the backup of data to be much easier (as one of the reasons).

I am considering the use of Terminal services for this as I know our VPN speeds have been appalling recently.

The other reason I am considering the move to Terminal Services is to allow the staff to also be able to login from home and access their data (this will cover us for unseen problems with weather etc).

I'm looking for any feedback as to whether people think this is a good move or not.

Thanks
Dave ;)

If at 1st you don't succeed then I guess your i the right place to ask why! :P

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