Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 web browser has been generally available for nearly three weeks now.
Yet despite its availability and the fact that it was available in beta and release candidates for testing for an even longer period of time, IE 7 may well be presenting barrier to remote access via SSL-VPNs (Virtual Private Network).
SSL-VPN vendor Aventail issued a release this week claiming that they were the first and only SSL-VPN to officially support IE 7. SSL-VPNs are an increasingly popular form of VPN (define) that typically only requires a web browser for a user to obtain remote access to enterprise network assets.
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