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Accessing VFP data from a remote server using OLEDB from outside of LAN

Accessing VFP data from a remote server using OLEDB from outside of LAN

Accessing VFP data from a remote server using OLEDB from outside of LAN

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Dear all,

This may not be a entire VFP related question.

Our users connects to a server through RDP, both local and remote. For remote RDP, we have port forwarding through Dyndns service. It's working without any issue.

We have a Dotnet application which accesses DBF files using OLEDB but that happens in local environment now. If this application wants to read/write DBF in the remote server from outside of LAN?

Rajesh

RE: Accessing VFP data from a remote server using OLEDB from outside of LAN

Being thick here.

Do you mean you HAVE a dotnet app, accessible via RDP that has reasonably local data and it works ok, but you would
like it to access some data on a server outside that LAN?

Regards

Griff
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