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  • when exist a VPN How affect our data acces layer or our WCF code?

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    arquisoft posted on Tue, Nov 11 2014 10:55 AM

    when exist a VPN How affect our data acces layer or our WCF code?

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    Answered (Verified) Andy replied on Tue, Nov 11 2014 11:54 AM
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    Since VPNs are usually slower than LAN access, I wouldn't recommend using the local data portal in that scenario as database updates are normally pretty chatty.  As for WCF, you'd configure it like you normally would, I would probably still use WCF over HTTPS for the clients connecting to a server behind the VPN.  Also using a WCF remoting portal means that the database connection stays safely inside the protected network (assuming the server is secured properly). 

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