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All dedicated, managed and cloud servers have a private network to access the servers in a more secure way and also for out-of-band management. The server24 VPN access is designed to allow users to remotely manage all servers and services associated with their account over server24's private network. A VPN connection from your location to the private network allows for unlimited file transfers, out-of-band management and server rescue through an encrypted VPN tunnel. Communicating using the private network is inherently more secure and gives users the flexibility to limit public access while still being able to access their servers. Any user on your account can be given VPN access, which is available as OpenVPN, SSL and PPTP or to connect your office network with the private network using an IPSEC connection.

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