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Re: remote access

At 2:07 PM -0600 10/1/04, Philip Ershler wrote:
On Oct 1, 2004, at 1:49 PM, Dan Shoop wrote:

At 9:03 AM -0700 10/1/04, Katie Topper wrote:
What is the best way to log in to Workgroup Manager remotely (internally on the network)?

You do realize you can run WorkGroup Manager from any Mac targeting any other OS X Server, right? Or didn't you get that far in the documentation?


Assuming of course that you don't have to traverse a firewall (or the appropriate ports are open on the firewall). Then again if you can use VPN to get through the firewall, then all is well.

You can also always SSH tunnel.

But the OP said "internally" which would seem to indicate that they're on the same network. Then again few seldom say what they really mean.


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