$1 Million VPN Dialer Persistent VPN Connectivity Software Giveaway Announced for December 19, 2012
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Stateline, Nevada (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Today, Onsitehelp Enterprise Software (a division of Onsitehelp.com) announced that on December 19, 2012, it will be giving away up to $1 million in software licenses for VPN Dialer 2012, a software-only persistent VPN solution for Microsoft Windows. Once installed, VPN Dialer robustly works without any user interface, running as a background service, to keep a remote system permanently and securely connected and automatically reconnect as needed, to a designated network via VPN connection. The solution is tested to work with PPTP and L2TP/IPsec protocols.
The connection stays alive from boot time until shutdown, for as long as there is power and Internet connectivity. Typical applications are 1) field laptops, home office PCs, telecommuting PCs, and small branch office PCs which need to stay connected back to an enterprise network; 2) medical, telecommunications, industrial equipment, fleet vehicles, vending machines, and kiosks that need to stay connected to the manufacturer or support network; 3) cloud connectivity; and 4) private individuals who want to keep their personal use VPN account connected persistently.
VPN Dialer 2012 is not just a simple “keep the VPN connected” product. It has sophisticated features, such as 1) automatic optimization for the fastest available PING time when multiple local routers and/or multiple remote VPN servers are available; 2) ability to enforce that the correct static IP address was assigned by the server – necessary to keep a deterministic presence in circumstances when a VPN server assigns an address out of the dynamic pool because a previous disconnection did not yet release the static IP; and 3) scripted/automated installation.
VPN Dialer installs on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 and requires the user to already have a VPN account which they wish to use the software to keep connected.
Details of the Giveaway
Any private individual or organization can register to obtain a free license code for VPN Dialer 2012 ($40 value) but the offer is only good on December 19, 2012. Up to 25,000 licenses are available on this day for the giveaway, valued at $40 each. To obtain the free license, direct a browser to http://www.bitsdujour.com/software/vpn-dialer-2012/. There is a limit of one per person or email address. The code must be activated within one year of the promotion. A license code is good for installation on any single (1) computer for use on up to three (3) related (i.e., accepting the same login credentials) VPN servers. The license includes one year of support and upgrades from the time it is installed. Once installed, software functionality is non-expiring.
“We are excited to be working with Bitsdujour.com to give away one million dollars’ worth of licenses for VPN Dialer 2012. Anyone interested should plan on getting theirs before the limited supply runs out,” said Eric Taneda, chief architect for the VPN Dialer product. “Virtual private networks are a powerful and well-tested means of creating secure connections. Our product leverages VPN functionality already built into Windows and extends it to keep it persistent connected from boot time until shutdown without the need for specialized hardware, proprietary VPN protocols, or third party service.”
VPN Dialer 2012 Availability and Pricing
Apart from this promotion, VPN Dialer 2012 is available for purchase and trial download at http://www.vpndialer.com. The pricing details are as follows: Full product download is free, but requires activation. The 30 day trial activation is free. 365 day activation codes are $15 USD per seat. Perpetual license activation codes are $40 USD per seat, and includes one year of support and maintenance.
Founded in 1995, Onsitehelp.com is an I.T. services and software publishing company, leveraging its extensive experiences in the I.T. industry to create unique software solutions to address enterprise needs.
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