2018-03-22T09:39:00Z

What is your primary use case for OpenVPN Access Server?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

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Top 10Real User

We are a solution provider and the OpenVPN Access Server was one of the products that we used for our customers. It is used to create remote desktop connections into the cloud network, where people who are working from home can share resources with people in the office. When people are working in an office then they have a local network, and OpenVPN expands the network for use externally. We are no longer using this solution because of complaints raised by our customers about security vulnerabilities. The server is now shut down.

2020-06-30T08:17:33Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

OpenVPN is an excellent candidate for establishing secure point-to-point connections between home office locations and satellite locations. It can be configured to limit exposure of the network, from just between the specific endpoints, all the way to full access between local area networks. Performance is consistent and positive. Security has been outstanding, passing some of the greatest tests we've put them to regulating bodies looking for vulnerabilities. If you're looking for a solid solution to establish VPN tunnels between sites, be sure to put OpenVPN on your list to check out.

2019-02-27T21:25:00Z
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Real User

Our primary use case was to give mobile knowledge workers a secure connection across the Internet to our LAN, whether by laptop, mobile tablet or smart phone.

2018-03-22T09:39:00Z
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