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  Views: 4580Topic:: «Windows SBS 2003» on forum: Network management general discussion
#1
We have a server running SBS2003, all clients are W2Kpro. We want to be able to control one of the clients on the "other" side of the server. Will RAdmin do this?
#2
It is not clear what you mean by "other side of the server"?

Anyway, you can download a copy of Remote Administrator 2.1 from http://www.famatech.com/download/radmin21.zip and test it yourself.

Best Regards,
Ilia Demenkov, Famatech support team (support@famatech.com).
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#3
Is your server the gateway/firewall to the internet? If so,
1. get a router with a firewall.
2. forward the Radmin port on the router to whatever pC you want to control.
#4
If you mean external connection when you say "other side" yes you can do that.
I am doing that here at my office.
I have radmin loaded on one of my servers. and on the workstaitons. If I want to connect to one of my internal boxes from the outside, i set up 2 connections on my external machine. One for the server (using public ip) then one for the internal box with the netbios name and then on that connecting I select connect thru and select the public server.
Works great.
I would strongly recommend that if you do this that you use a vpn connection if at all possible so you dont have to open port 4899 to the world.
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