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Providing Remote Access

You can also provide connectivity in to your network from the outside world, either through the Internet or via modem. This connectivity lets you get at your LAN resources from home or out in the field, with full assurance that your network is safe from outside attacks. Chapter 23, "Windows Unplugged: Remote and Mobile Networking," covers remote access.

For now, if you aren't planning to have a permanent direct Internet connection, you might want to plan for the installation of a telephone line near one of your Windows 2000 computers so that you can set up a dedicated modem connection for incoming remote access.


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