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Re: VPN


When you mean protecting the IUCr information - what do you 
mean?

Allowing people to log into Chester and be manipulating the
files?

Lachlan.

At 10:52 04/07/02 +0100, you wrote:
>I received the following a few minutes' ago from the central IT division
>of the university. It would be interesting to hear your comments and
>experiences on this type of technology especially in relation to
>protecting the electronic publications of the IUCr. 
>
>I have not yet had the time to look at it myself. It's just possible
>that the vpn information on the university's web site can not be
>accessed by you from the outside (i.e. like a FORTRAN manuel - you have
>to know it all before you can understand it.)
>
>Your french is good enough that I don't have to translate it, I hope.
>
>H.
>
>
>1/ L'accès à VPN (Virtual Private Network) est en place : les
>utilisateurs qui, depuis
>l'extérieur, font appel à un fournisseur d'accès Internet  et qui
>veulent accéder à l'Intranet de
>l'université (Périodiques électroniques, web reporting SAP....) peuvent
>en bénéficier dès
>maintenant en suivant le mode d'emploi suivant :
>http://www.unige.ch/dinf/?helpdesk/services/vpn.html
>
>
>-- 
>VISITING GENEVA? See http://www.unige.ch/crystal/ahdf/geneva02.html
>
>Howard Flack        http://www.unige.ch/crystal/ahdf/Howard.Flack.html
>
>
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Lachlan M. D. Cranswick

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