VPN SETUP ON SERVER

Based on the question I asked earlier, the VPN will be configured on the server not the client PC.

The reason for setting the VPN manually is to have an understanding of the inner working environment of the VPN, incase their is a problem latter on and I need to fix the problem manually based on understanding of the inner working environment.
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SaineolaiCommented:
If you wish to understand how a VPN works there is documentation from Microsoft at this URL..

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/itsolutions/network/vpn/default.mspx

There documents are for Windows Server 2003 which is the Operating System which SBS 2003 uses.  The documents will allow you to understand the technology.

However you should always use the wizards provided in SBS to setup to the VPN.  Use the documents provided as technology reference material and not as implementation guides.

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