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Thanks for your response.

You say it "probably" won't work.  Any way to be sure?  I priced the movian
and its about $75.  Don't want to purchase if I can help it.  This isn't
really a big deal right now.  Just thought it would be interesting to see
if it works.

Larry Kost

At 02:45 PM 3/17/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>Larry,
>
>If you're using the VPN that's built in to the Pocket PC, it's probably
>not gonna work.  the only one i've been able to get working (the only one
>i really KNOW of) is the movian VPN by certicom. (www.certicom.com  you
>can also purchase a single licensed copy from www.handago.com)
>
>once you've got the VPN client installed, you should contact me or Roger
>Bombardier directly for the settings.  This is just a temporary
>solution;  Ideally after more testing we'll be able to create a
>UVM-configured installer for this.
>
>justin
>
>On Wednesday, March 17, 2004, at 12:51 PM, Larry Kost wrote:
>
>>You can disregard my previous question about VPN for my Pocket PC.  I
>>found the info in (of all places) the instructions on line.  I do need to
>>know  password, domain name, TCP/IP settings, and host name or IP address
>>of the VPN server.   Where can I get this info?
>>
>>Larry Kost
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