VPN Servers

I have Steganos Online Shield and it apparently is a VPN service.
It set up an Ethernet2 network on my laptop. Does it require Remote Access and File and Print Sharing enabled.

It had file and print sharing enable and I unchecked it. Does it need both to function properly.

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Shouldn't need it. But VPN

Might need it depending on your needs, so it might default on since folk would call when things don't work.

But really what good is this thing. I've written router code in the 90's and to this day the only time I use a VPN is for when I want to VPN into our work network.

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VPN = Virtual Private Networks

They are typically used to allow PC outside a firewall or DMZ access to a network. Most requires strict anti-virus policies. Typically users install the VPN client on their machine and connect to their work network using the same credentials they use to login at work. Staring with Windows 8 Microsoft added the most popular VPN's in setup. My work uses Juno Pulse.

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Try Another VPN

did you try another VPN service.. might be the issue of your VPN

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