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Remote Access Removal

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#1 dreampuff


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Posted 02 April 2007 - 12:52 PM

Hi everyone,

We recently started a small business out of our home & had two employees. One of those employees is in his young 20,s & knows a lot about computers. My spouse & I are mid 40's and not very computer savvy. We believe that he has set up remote access to our network. How can we tell if that is the case and how can we remove it. We also need to be able to stop future remote access.

Thanks for your help,
small business owner

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#2 fozzie


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Posted 03 April 2007 - 05:09 AM

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Can you tell us something about your network? Server type how many computers?Do you have an own webserver?

He most likely has something installed like VPN ( Virtual Private Network) on his computer and your server.
The best way to do this is to switch of internet connection when you leave your office. This will disable access from outside.

Most importantly a "heart to heart "would be a better solution for the future. If you haven't given him permission that is crime...

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