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How do I setup a vpn rass server in vmware workstation

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I have the server installed as a vm in vmware workstation and i need to configure it please help do I set it up as a nat or custom or bridge
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under Control Panel -> Administrative tools -> Configure your Server Wizard

then select the option for Remote Access/VPN for the ras components to be installed.

You can then access the MMC for this service.
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Dmitriy Ilyin earned 500 total points
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there is no diferense between real and virtual machine. Watch this:
How To Install and Configure RRAS NAT&VPN
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpt2z3LA0dQ
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everything works
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