Configuring DirectAccess in Windows Server 2012By Chris Magiet
Learn how to configure DirectAccess from within the Server 2012 environment in order to set up your users with remote access that is secure. In this video from our Windows Server 2012 Training, watch how to add roles and features in this configuration of a simple deployment.
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Chris Magiet is a web editor for TrainSignal curating breaking IT news and serving up the latest free videos and tutorials on the blog. He’s an unashamed music junkie and if a coffee I.V. is ever invented, it’s probably safer that you don’t let him find out. Follow @thechriscore for cool news and stories, and happenings at TrainSignal HQ.
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