How to setup VPN Access on Server 2008

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How to setup a VPN Server in Windows Server 2008
Marked as answer by vtortola Friday, March 6, Also, Is there any third part software that can the user install and use it to connect via pptp Instead of windows? I do not configure any of the other options on this screen. However, that is only to circumvent any issues which might arise with NAT. Post as a guest Name.

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Setting up a VPN in Windows Server 2008

If you are using the Windows VPN client you can specify the use of pptp in the client's connection properties. And I guess I need more details about "Restrictions on client access would be set in the client's account properties on the VPN server or the remote access policy. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Office Office Exchange Server.

Not an IT pro? Remove From My Forums. Sign in to vote. Friday, August 2, 8: Saturday, August 3, Monday, August 5, 8: Friday, August 2, 7: If you can map one public IP directly to your server on each site , that would be the same. However, that is only to circumvent any issues which might arise with NAT. The best result is always achieved when the devices connected to the Internet manage VPNs.

If the routers are capable of terminating IPSec, and are of same brand, that is certainly the most reliable configuration. There is no "best" solution here, it is a matter of believe and preference.

Experts Exchange Solution brought to you by Your issues matter to us. Rupert Eghardt Programmer Author Commented: Hi Todd, thanks for the help. If installing in the Server box, should it be connected back to the ISA box again? On the box. I don't have an ISA server but I assume it's just a hardware firewall. I think you only need to forward the ports through the ISA server but if you have issues I would create a new question regarding the ISA setup since I'm not familiar.

Is this the config you are referring to? Unfortunately we are using an ISP router, which is blocked for any additional setting changes or functionality, apart from additional NATs we may require. Will it be possible to configure the TMG to dalk to the router config in the remote site? One configuration example can be seen here: Sorry I didn't have a look yet on that link.

And in this particular and most other configurations, you are setting up a dial-in VPN - client-to-site, not site-to-site. Thanks Qlemo, I just went through the article you posted. I will configure this on the TMG and see how it goes. I noticed the last phase is for configuring the VPN access rule and it relates to the site-to-site custom needs. Could you perhaps give me an example for this access-rule? I assume this rule destination will be the Win server?

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