PC Anywhere isn't bad. It does support 128 bit encyrption, and domain
authentication. If the VPN isn't an option, PC Anywhere should work ok.
Just make sure that the Encryption is setup as high as possible.
> Would you recommend PC Anywhere as opposed to setting up a VPN?
> > Joe,
> > This could cause some problems as this would allow anyone access to port
> > 1433 on your SQL Server. All a hacker would need is time before he'd
> > your sa password. And SQL Traffic isn't the most encrypted traffic on
> > net. So someone could sniff your connection and get the token that you
> > passing (if using windows authintication) or local username and password
> > SQL auth) and log in with your permissions and do all sorts of *
> > I'd recommend a VPN or dial up session to the domain. With some sort of
> > smart card (those cards with the numbers that change once per minute
> > randomly). This would be the best way.
> > --
> > Denny Cherry
> > Database Administrator
> > GameSpy Industries
> > > Regarding SQL Server 2000.
> > > I've asked my network admin to configure the firewall to enable me to
> > > remote administration of SQL Server from my house via the internet.
> > > started to give warnings that hackers would also be able to get in
> > > of security flaws within query analyzer if he opens up the SQL server
> > > on the firewall side. The server is behind the firewall.
> > > I've not heard of any issues pertaining to this.
> > > Can anyone please give me info on this issue if in fact it is an
> > > Thanks,
> > > Joe