PPTP Client VPN start automatically

I need to start a vpn session automatically, when the server bootstrap.
I woud like to use PPTP vpn client embedded in windows 2003 server.
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wouldnt you be better off with IPSEC tunnel. pptp is not as secure and has to be initialized. read over this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816514. the IPSEC tunnel would do exactly what you want to do.

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ifmtech2007Author Commented:
Thks. I know the limti in term of security fo pptp protocol.
I need to know if there is a way to estabilish a vpon connection automatically, during the boot or login.
IPSEC would do this
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ipsec will create a tunnel between to networks that starts when the pc is started. a vpn router would be a better solutoin

For what it sounds like you want to do,
Once you've created your VPN connection by the the normal means in the GUI, just create a shortcut for
and add in your connection details.


RASDIAL.EXE entryname [ username [ password | * ]] [ /DOMAIN:domain ] [ /PHONE:phonenumber ] [ /CALLBACK:callbacknumber ] [ /PHONEBOOK:phonebookfile ] [ /PREFIXSUFFIX ]
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