Unless you’re seriously into networking (and okay, maybe you are), all the features in the new Secure Remote Connection – not to mention the pieces required to make it work – can be fairly tough to figure out. But the benefits make sense: “With this feature,” writes Steven Vaughan-Nichols, “a user on any Windows 7 system can gain access to the corporate intranet’s resources. In short, with the right back-end setup you can run office-only programs and get to server-based files from any Windows 7 PC.” He explains it all in Accessing Office Resources from Anywhere using Secure Remote Connection.
Explaining Windows 7’s Secure Remote Connection
Submitted by estherschindler 2009-11-10 Windows 8 Comments
Windows 7 Sercure Remote Connection == MS citrix knockoff with a few minor twists.
The article reads like .net magazine.