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In both Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 (R2), it is extremely easy to allow incoming connections (VPN). Just go to overview of network adapters, click 'file' and click 'new incoming connection'.

Hyper-V 2008 however, does not have any GUIs. Is it possible to configure this via the command line?

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Yes. You can do it using the command Rasdial.

Thought i recommend you to configure the VPN using a Group Policy. You can see the procedure here: Configure a Virtual Private Network Connection Item

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