How to use VPN to connect online sharepoint?

Hi,

I’, using company’s VPN and our sharepoint is on server (online). I need to get list of employee information and don’t know how to start.

Please tell me what package should I use and how to connect to server

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Wow, thank you for the tips.

Great tips, system :slight_smile:

Why do you need a VPN for this? I’m just curious. You can view the information without a VPN. Okay, if you would like to watch a series that requires a subscription via Netflix VPN. And for your work, a VPN is not needed at all, well, in addition, if you need to hide your location or online status, etc. I can also advise you, if you use a VPN, then always update it to the latest patch and I can warn you that if you use this program, be prepared to reduce Internet traffic, which slows down the Internet on your computer very much. In short, good luck to you.