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Easy VPN for Windows users

NCP Engineering : 17 November, 2009  (New Product)
IPsec client provides easy Virtual Private Network access for users of Windows Operating Systems including Vista and Windows 7
NCP engineering has announced the availability of a single software IPsec VPN client that provides users seamless connectivity for all 32/64-bit Windows 7, Vista or XP operating systems. The NCP Secure Entry Client, version 9.2, is the only VPN client that provides users a dialler, personal firewall and 32/64-bit VPN connection with the ease of a 'one-click and forget it' experience. Complete integration between NCP's VPN client and any third-party IPsec gateway reduces help desk calls and administrative complexity by automatically importing settings, profiles and certificates.

The NCP Secure Entry Client, version 9.2, includes an intuitive user interface that even non-technical users can understand, a dynamic personal firewall, integrated dialler, data encryption, Friendly Net Detection, and one-time password token and certificate support through a public key infrastructure (PKI). It can also be integrated with network access control (NAC) features to ensure highly secure access to central data networks.

Key New Features:

* One software download of the NCP Secure Entry Client covers all Microsoft Windows operating systems.

* WLAN roaming automatically chooses the strongest available access point with the same service set identifier (SSID) without any interruption.

* Supports Intel's newest Wi-Fi drivers.

* 64-bit optimisation increases data throughput by approximately 20 percent.

* 'Tip of the Day' provides users with shortcuts and facts about network remote access.
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