Securely transfer data between Vista machines

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How to securely transfer data between Vista machines
You have two Windows Vista computers, in different locations, and you need to securely transfer a large amount of data from one to the other. What’s the best way of doing this?Use IPSec to create a point-to-point tunnel that encrypts data transferred through it. This is really easy to do in Windows Vista because IPSec is integrated into Windows Firewall and it’s just a matter of creating a connection rule on each machine.

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