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Setting VPN on server 2003 with on 1 NIC.  Keeps saying I need 2 nIC

Posted on 2007-04-10
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I just purchased a new server with server 2003 standar. I am trying to set it as a VPN server.  But it keeps saying that I only have 1 NIC and it needs two.  I setup one before and I got to chooses.  Maybe it's a new version or something.  How can i setup this server VPN via routing & remote to work with only 1 NIC>?
I have another NIC, but I don't want to open the case on a new system if I don't have to.

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Single NIC works fine but choose custom configuration rather than VPN:
http://www.onecomputerguy.com/networking/w3k_vpn_server.htm
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Thanks bsjld.
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