You can do it, if they have it setup already, by using a VPN client software. You will need to ask your administrator for which one you use, and if its Cisco VPN, then there is a great client for the Mac that I use to get into my work computers. The only thing, you are not tied to Active Directory like a Windows PC would be, so browsing the network produces nothing (you can attach to AD, but since this is your home computer, I suggest not doing it). But if you know the IP address of the server, you can use the finder and click Go in the menu bar across the top, and choose Connect to Server from the drop down menu. Put the IP in, then you should communicate with the server. I use Remote Desktop, and I have to use IP address instead of the names of the computers like I do when I'm using my PC at work. Go see your Admin, and he should tell you all the information you would need to know to connect through the VPN. Plus he would have to allow your user name to connect from a remote location, because that is not on by default.D0ct0rteeth said:How do I VPN in to my Office Windows Network using my Powerbook?
I can connect to the server, but I cant see the network (where are my files?)
Can you connect on a Mac? Can you "map a network drive" ?