I already tried the evaluation version of the Cloud Server a while back, and although it was certainly good, it still had some small glitches that made it not fully suitable for my specific needs. Now I’ve tried the latest version and I believe it has solved most of the problems I had. This stuff of the “inverse connections”, as you call them, is really smart. With this I can add to the Cloud Server even the machines located at colleagues’ homes. Tried and it works great! This, IMO, make the solution work not only in the classic scenario of the “frontend” allowing access to the company’s LAN, but in many other contexts, like the context we have, with machines both inside and outside the network.