Setting up VPN on Windows 2008 server. Virtual private networks are widely used nowadays to complete a wide range of corporate tasks. Having Windows 2008 or 2008 R2 server, you can set up VPN connection and create a secure channel to exchange data between any number of workstations, servers and mobile devices.

Introduction Active Directory can be integrated with OpenVPN Access Server easily with the use of Windows 2008 Server R2's RADIUS server. This article assumes that you have Windows 2008 Server R2, Active Directory Domain Services, and Network Policy and Access Services roles already installed. Server Configuration To begin setting up the RADIUS server, you will […] Server 2008 R2 - IKEv2 VPN with Apple Mac as Client | Tech Jun 18, 2016 Setting up Routing and Remote Access on Server 2008 R2

Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 as a customer gateway

Mar 05, 2011 How to install and configure Network Policy Server NPS This Tutorial will guide you through installing Microsoft’s Network Policy Server NPS and configure it to authenticate remote VPN users (via Active Directory Security Groups) that are connecting via a Cisco ASA Firewall.. 1. The first step is to Add the Network Policy Server Role. Open up Server Manager, right click on Roles and click Add

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Today we’ll look at setting up a quick PPTP VPN from Server 2008 R2 with 1 network card. Server Side (Server 2008 R2) Head to Server Manager, right click and Add Role; Select Network Policy and Access Services; Select Routing and Remote Access Services, next, next until complete; Expand Roles, right click on routing and remote access and How to setup L2TP IPsec VPN server on Windows Server 2008 R2? The Windows 2008 R2 (SBS) machine was earlier setup to run a PPTP VPN server. Due to security concerns I do want to replace the PPTP by L2TP/IPsec VPN server. The server is behind a NAT router where 3 forward rules to the Windows Server are created: protocol 50 (ESP) port UDP 500 (IKE) port UDP 4500 (NAT traversal) How to setup RRAS / VPN on server 2008 R2 - YouTube Apr 25, 2011 How to setup a VPN server using Windows Server 2008 R2 My router at home is a DGL-4500 which has a VPN pass-through feature (which seems to be a fancy way of saying port forwarding for VPN). I run a domain controller and DNS server at home on my Windows Server 2008 R2 machine. I'd like this computer to be the funnel point for my VPN connections and thus it should be the VPN server.