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Creating a do-it-yourself VPN that you manage and access on your own terms is not as difficult as you might think. Telecommuting, working from the road, and the overall gig economy are all trappings of the modern collaborative, mobile, and always connected enterprise workforce. However, while there are measurable benefits to a remotely connected workforce, there are also significant security risks to mitigate. For example, protecting and securing the transmission of sensitive data across the internet between your home office network and the larger enterprise network requires, at minimum, a virtual private network VPN.
Anyone on the world can communicate to the Internet via your computer as a relay. Do not enable the VPN Gate Relaying Function unless you fully understood and agreed all the warnings and risks about running the relay. When you are running the VPN Gate Relaying Function on your company's network, then any person's communication to Internet hosts will be relayed via your company's network. If you company's network has a policy which prohibits to run such a relaying program, you have a risk to violate the policy. Therefore, you have better to take an explicit permission from the network administrator of your company in advance to enabling the VPN Gate Relaying Function. You must enable the function after fully understanding. System services always run in the background. System services usually do not appear on the computer display. Then your computer system is booted, system services automatically start in the background even before you or other users log in. You can activate, deactivate, start, or stop system services using the functions of the OS anytime.