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I have an MSACCESS database that I need to be able to access from our
second business location. There will only be 2-3 users at anytime
using the database.

I am wondering what is the most cost effective way to implement this:

1. VPN Tunnel using two routers

2. Install Windows 2003 server and use Terminal Server, so the second
office user can use remote connection.

3.Upsize to MSSQL.
Mar 13 '08 #1
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I use www.logmein.com for accessing all my remote systems. The free version
does just fine if you don't need to transfer files. If you do, just use a
free FTP client if you have an intermediate place to upload/download to and
from.
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George Shubin Custom Software Development
dX Software Systems Database Applications
Ph: 503-981-6806 Fax: 503-982-0120
www.dxonline.com ge****@dxonline.com
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>I have an MSACCESS database that I need to be able to access from our
second business location. There will only be 2-3 users at anytime
using the database.

I am wondering what is the most cost effective way to implement this:

1. VPN Tunnel using two routers

2. Install Windows 2003 server and use Terminal Server, so the second
office user can use remote connection.

3.Upsize to MSSQL.
Mar 14 '08 #2

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Or one could use GoToMyPC. You could access the data from anywhere on
any computer that has access to the internet.
Well I want to control what resources are avail to the remote site.
Mar 14 '08 #3

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