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OS 10.5 - VPN on Leopard


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Hi Guys

I am a newbie to mac, I have been looking around leopard for any signs of a vpn client. does anyone know if there is one? If not what is the solution for this?

I managed to find out how to RDP into a windows machine, but need to vpn to my office first.
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Choose Apple > System Preferences, and then click Network.

Click Add (+) at the bottom of the network connection services list, and then choose VPN from the Interface pop-up menu.


Choose what kind of VPN connection you want to set up from the VPN Type pop-up menu, depending on the network you are connecting to, and give the VPN service a name.

Enter the server address and the account name for the VPN connection.

Click Authentication Settings, and enter the user authentication information you were given by the network administrator.

After entering the user authentication information, click OK, and then click Connect.
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Thanks alot!!!
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Did it work?

VPNs I connect to are by Cisco boxes. SO the apple supplied vpn connections never work.
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