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Re: [school-discuss] openvpn bootable cd

Thanks Jeff,

I have a client that uses mostly AS/400 systems at the office and the
remote home users are given a Linux box to openvpn back to the office.
Thy mostly use Tn5250J(opensource tn5250J emulator whiten in Java) Web
mail and maybe a soft phone in the future. Your CD may eliminate the need
to give them a pc as they could use there home systems.

Look forward to hearing more about your project in the future.

Best regards,
-Richard Houston
-R.L.H.  Consulting
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> Hi Richard,
> I'll be writing up a howto article and releasing it internally to spread
> as much knowledge around here as possible.  I will then go through a
> vetting process with the powers that be and release as much as possible
> back out into the wild.  Obviously being security related there will be
> information about what I actually did than can NOT be released (actual
> keys and such CAN NOT be released and have the security of the system
> remain uncompromised...of course the keys can be changed :) hehehe)
> There has been
> some talk about presenting this method to the entire district so that
> will be interesting to see how they take it (assuming I can get the
> client side to do what I actually intend it to do...).
> On 10/4/06, Richard Houston <rhouston@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> That is very cool. I like that idea for remote date people. They can
>> vpn in with the openvpn client and do there work with out having to set
>> them up with a laptop and or there home system with access to your
>> remote network.
>> Will this be an open project or just for internal use?
>> +------------------------------------+
>> Best regards,
>> <snip>