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ratiocura

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One of my clients running Kerio Winroute Firewall has just had a couple of users purchase Macbooks.

The users on the site currently come in remotely using the Kerio VPN Client and then fire off an RDP session to get to their terminal server.

I know Kerio don't have a Mac VPN client, is there a way to get a 3rd party client working with Winroute?
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winkelman

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ratiocura wrote on Tue, 08 July 2008 05:33


I know Kerio don't have a Mac VPN client, is there a way to get a 3rd party client working with Winroute?

AFAIK no.
But you could start a Windows session on the Mac. (You'd have to acquire a Windows license for the virtual machine or bootcamp bootup, but I don't think too many Mac users bother with that Wink)
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ratiocura

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winkelman wrote on Tue, 08 July 2008 20:23


But you could start a Windows session on the Mac. (You'd have to acquire a Windows license for the virtual machine or bootcamp bootup, but I don't think too many Mac users bother with that Wink)



Thanks, I thought so.
I think I'll just get a Mac PPTP client and use it to connect back into Windows RRAS via PPTP.

I can't believe that Winroute doesn't support Mac or Linux, considering Kerio's mailserver is so multi-platform friendly.
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Beta version of Kerio VPN Client for Mac OS X is available for download and testing. See http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&goto=59442#msg_5 9442
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