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I need to connect to the company VPN. The official way to do this is using Netscreen Remote, which as far as I can tell is Windows-only. Is it possible to get connected using Snow Leopard's built-in VPN manager?

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entropy.ch/blog/Mac+OS+X/2007/07/28/… –  joe Oct 14 '09 at 9:52
    
@joe: Maybe a VirtualBox with Windows7 is workable. –  Thilo Oct 16 '09 at 1:13
    
What have you tried? –  Arjan Oct 16 '09 at 20:46
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use VPN Tracker

Here the document which explain about how to configure and access net-screen on mac

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118 Euro for Personal, 236 for Professional Edition. Expensive :-( –  Thilo Oct 16 '09 at 1:10
    
Can't you ask your boss to either get you a Windows system, or help paying that software then? –  Arjan Oct 20 '09 at 7:15
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I would say of course you can use the built-in client ! It should work like any other client.

For me it works perfectly, even if my University tells me to use its own client.

I think the built-in client is a complete client.

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