Program type: Freeware
File size: 22015 Kb
Install support: Install and Uninstall
OS: Win2000, WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 10, WinServer, WinOther, WinVista, WinVista x64
Requirements: nothing special
Language: English, Arabic, Chinese, ChineseTraditional, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese
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Radmin VPN 1.1.6
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Radmin VPN - is a free and easy-to-use software product to create virtual private network (VPN). The program allows users to establish a secure connection between computers over the Internet as if they were connected over a LAN. Free Radmin VPN does not limit the number of users. The connection speed is up to 100Mbps.Thanks to high speed of Radmin VPN you will not see the difference - you will work with your programs or play your favorite games as if you were in the LAN.
Thanks to the integration with Radmin remote control software, Radmin VPN allows you to securely access and work at your remote computer from anywhere, whether from home, hotel or airport. Your network resources, files, apps, and emails are just a click away wherever you go. With Radmin VPN you can easily connect distributed teams together, create one cohesive network no matter how far you are located from each other. Radmin VPN allows you to connect to remote PCs even behind firewalls you dont control. Radmin VPN does not malfunction after months of continuous operation and is easy to set-up, easy to manage for both - IT Pros and home techs. 10 000 Public gaming networks are available.
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