Jason Collins wrote:
> Safenet is not free, but it works extremely well. It is also much
> cheaper to buy the netgear branded version from their store or another
> distributor.. You can buy a 1 or 5 user license from them -- full
> version, not limited in any way. It just has the netgear logo on it.
> I think they are around $40 a seat.
Wow, I didn't know that. I purchased a couple copies of SN to use. The thing
I don't like about it is having to configure the remote client, which can be
300 miles away. I'm looking at SonicWall to replace M0n0 in that respect.
SonicWall has no fat client that gets installed on the remote computer, and
all configuration can be done on the SonicWall box. I'd love to hear the
experience of others in dealing with remote users, especially users that
travel with laptops.
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