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  • Deploying Remote Desktop Web Access

    With Remote Desktop Web Access, users can connect to a remote desktop or an application through a Web browser. Follow these steps to start using the feature.

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  • Using 3G phones for laptop Internet access

    Most workers who choose 3G wireless will either buy a new laptop with embedded 3G or add a new 3G card to an existing laptop. But don't overlook a third option that just might prove less expensive: using a 3G phone for laptop Internet access. Learn benefits and drawbacks, as well as how to...

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  • Unknown programs in startup

    An unknown program is being launched at startup that's attempting Internet access. How can I identify this program so I can disable the behavior?

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  • How can I block Internet access on an employee’s computer?

    I wanted to block Internet access on a computer, so I blocked the PC's IP in the router that accesses the Internet from the LAN. Now the employee has changed the IP on the computer, cloning the IP of any other computer that is supposed to have Internet access. How can I prevent the employee from...

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  • TS Web Access simplifies application process in Windows Server 2008

    With TS Web Access, the process of adding and removing applications can be as easy as clicking a checkbox.

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  • Changing IGMP settings messed up Internet access

    I configured my server to run NAT and am able to access the Internet from my server. Experimenting, I went to routing and remote access /server/IP Routing/IGMP/ and selected the local area connection properties

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  • Connecting three PCs via ICS for shared Internet access

    I have a PC set up as a server with three NICs installed running Win2k.

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  • Gates touts secure access anywhere

    Microsoft's chairman tells RSA Conference 2007 attendees that a combination of authentication and access management strategies is what it takes to protect corporate data, but information security pros are willing to wait for the proof.

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  • BridgeHead, IBM launch medical archiving upgrades

    BridgeHead Software folds a DICOM server, HL7 interface and Web access into a new version of its PACStore medical archiving application, while IBM and McKesson upgrade their medical archiving products.

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