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Windows 2K Server VPN port missing

Posted on 2002-07-21
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Hi all,

I have a bit of a problem with our 2K VPN server.

All was working well, until one day the PPTP and L2TP ports disappeared under the Routing and remote access console.

Does anybody have any ideas on how to get them back??
Can I just add more ports somehow??

Thanks in advanced
Andrew
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Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Routing & Remote Access

Servername -> Ports -> Properties -> WAN Miniport -> Configure

Here you can add/remove vpn ports.
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by:aobrien
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ok, i didn't phase the problem correctly,

The WAN miniports were not there, but they have returned..

i think it was something to do with bluetooth adapter we had on the machine...

thanks anyway
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by:aobrien
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not the answer i was looking for, but it will help people who want to add more ports to their VPN

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