No, it's just a server (win2k). We just want to get access to the local network so that we can run a cpl of .bat files. These files will map upp specifik network disks. These disks contain different databases for different programs. On the remote pc they will use the client version of the programs, and get the database access through the vpn connection.
Cisco supports a variety of VPN schemes, however interworking with the microsoft ones is not easy and I would not recommended it.
Unless you are willing to learn how to do the above, perhaps the easier thing is that you used some microsoft VPN client or sw like logmein, to do VPN that without touching the router.
The alternative is that you get a router at the other site also, then configure a VPN or tunnel on which all your applications would work without you touching the PC and the server.
hmm. I didnt think it would be such a problem. All we want is to get a local IP from the dhcp server... thats basicly it. With that we can get access to our server and the applications.
Indeed it is a problem that amounts to choosing a VPN technique and configuring it.
I gave you above the summary choices (there are others), you have to pick one and implement it.
But it not automatic, in fact far from it.