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How can I ensure home VPN users don't save connection password?

We are using a PPTP VPN, on Windows RAS/Server 2003. We have users verify anti-virus patching, and then after verification grant access to the VPN. We don't use a CMAK applet, we just provide users ...
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1answer
375 views

Route Server 08 R2 VPN (PPTP) traffic to two subnets (public & private)

I recently transitioned our VPN server from a Windows Server '03 box to '08 R2, both using built-in Routing and Remote Access for PPTP connections. Our firewall has a rule that forwards traffic from a ...
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1answer
160 views

Do I really need RRAS for serving a PPTP connection?

Setting up PPTP has been a pain so far in Windows Server 2003. I've already tried creating a new network connection, which creates some kind of network adapter for "Incoming connections", which ...
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2answers
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PPTP connection fails during handshake

A user located on the other side of the planet has troubles connecting to our PPTP VPN. The VPN is a regular windows server 2003 VPN and works fine for most users from the US, but for this specific ...
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0answers
198 views

Windows 2003 VPN can't connect to some Computers

Scenario: Windows 2003: RAS as VPN Server 1 LAN Adapter as "Internet Connection" 192.168.2.101 Router ports to PPTP Oppened 1 LAN Adapter as "LAN Connection" 192.168.2.102 The two adapters are ...
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1answer
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VPN Error 778: It was not possible to verify the identity of the server

We have a Windows 2003 server with Routing and Remote Access configured to support PPTP VPN. We recently migrated the server infrastructure to a new location, although all public and private IP ...
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213 views

pptp server 2003 hands out gateway from nic not dhcp server

I have created a pptp RRAS server for a handful of clients to connect to. I would like them to use the servers default gateway (.1) for internet access. They are able to successfully connect (& ...
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5answers
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DNS Server Order Incorrect on Windows 7 via PPTP VPN to Windows 2003 Server

When I connect a Windows XP laptop via PPTP vpn to our Windows 2003 Server, the DNS Server order is correct: 192.168.8.3 208.67.222.222 208.67.220.220 But when I connect a Windows 7 laptop via PPTP ...