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RRAS server in a DMZ

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Can anyone point me to some good documentation or best practices on how to set up my RRAS server on a DMZ that I just use to terminate PPTP (and eventually L2TP) clients?  I am redesigning a network and require that ALL internet accessible devices exits in a DMZ.  I may also want to put an Exchange front end server for OWA access out there too, ant info on this would also be appreciated.

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looks good - thank you.

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