[K12OSN] Access from outside

Huck dhuckaby at paasda.org
Fri Dec 15 19:50:30 UTC 2006

FreeNX Mel...freenx...
yum install freenx

then get the NX 
and you should be good to go..


Mel Wade wrote:
> We have one K12 LSTP server and have plans to add two more over the next 
> year.  Overall we are very pleased with the results.
> I need to find a way to access the server from windows machines to be 
> able to monitor activity at any time of the day.  I need to be able to 
> be on my WinXP laptop at home and VPN into the school's network, connect 
> to a LTSP server via GUI interface and manage the server and monitor 
> activity.
> What is the best way to do this?  (The VPN is not the part that I have 
> questions about - just art of the example.)
> -- 
> Mel Wade
> "The real problem is not whether machines think but whether men do." - 
> BF Skinner
> http://www.melwade.com
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