Kerio Control VPN Client for administrators
Kerio Control VPNVirtual private network - A network that enables users connect securely to a private network over the Internet. Client enables an encrypted connection from individual systems (clients) to a remote private network via the Internet. The connection enables these clients to access the private network as if they were physically connected.
Kerio Control 9.2.8 does not work with previous versions of Kerio Control VPN Client.
Three versions of Kerio Control VPN Client are available:
- Kerio Control VPN Client for Windows
- Kerio Control VPN Client for OS X
- Kerio Control VPN Client for Linux (read more in the read-me file)
Kerio Control VPN Client connects to the VPN serverKerio Control includes a VPN server which provides users to connect to the Kerio Control network from the Internet securely. in Kerio Control. Kerio Control user accounts are used to authenticate clients.
Users with administration rights to a computer can establish persistent connections. Persistent connections are reestablished whenever the user restarts their computer.
If users need to access services hosted on the Kerio Control VPN Client, you can assign a static IP addressAn identifier assigned to devices connected to a TCP/IP network. to Kerio Control VPN Client in Kerio Control. For more information refer to Assigning static IP addresses for Kerio Control VPN Clients.
For up-to-date system requirements, refer to http://www.kerio.com/control/technical-specifications
Kerio Control VPN Client does not require a special license.
Connecting to Kerio VPN Server
- Configure Kerio Control VPN Server in Kerio Control.
- Install and configure Kerio Control VPN Client. For more information refer to Installing and configuring Kerio Control VPN Client for users.
- (Optional) Consider using 2-step verificationSecurity authentication which includes two steps, which includes password and a special time-limited code.. For more information refer to Configuring 2-step verification.
Kerio Control VPN Client for OS X uses a PackageMaker installer. You can deploy it to users' computers through Apple Remote Desktop or a similar application.