SuSe v9 VPN
I need help with a VPN.
Presently I use a Windows Machine to VPN into our home office. From there,
I login to network resources, etc. Couldn't I configure SuSE to maintain
this connection for me, allowing me to access those resources as if they
were local to me?
Thanks in advance.
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