Re: Home network access to SBS 2000 network
From: David F (david_at_precision_no_spam_landscape.com)
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 08:28:34 -0700
Good concern Mark,
Don't you think NIS 2004 is adequate protection with auto-update weekly?
But of course you are right. Kids go *everywhere* on the net, turning up
things office folks mostly avoid. This case not so bad, just one college
"Mark Mancini" <info@NOSPAMmcse2000.com> wrote in message
> Does he have any kids?!?! If so, they probably have Kazaa and other
> his home LAN so he wants to corrput your clean office LAN with the
> kids have on there.....$10 says there's a trojan. I'd be wary.
> Mark Mancini, CCA, CCNA, Master CIW&CI, CNE 4&5, MCSE+I 4&2000
> "David F" <david@precision_no_spam_landscape.com> wrote in message
> > One client wants to use his laptop from both home and work. Home
> > is simple peer to peer WinXP (home & pro). Of course work is SBS
> > The SBS Client can connect to home lan for internet access, but
> > use the shared printer, since not a member of the workgroup used at
> > home.
> > What is the best solution? Or what are options I might investigate?
> > is what I am considering:
> > * Setup VPN so users at the home can access the SBS network.
> > * Maybe make all users (3) at the home to become SBS. Then they
> > still function as peer to peer effectively, since there is no
> > connection to the server. Will SBS complain?
> > * This solves the printing problem. (Of course this requires
> > the one XP Home to XP Pro at the home.)
> > * Also, possibly setup roaming profiles so the user can optionally
> > desktop computer from the home to connect to SBS resources at the
> > office.
> > Is this a stretch or easily doable? Thanks,
> > David