Vpn SBS 2003 without wizard

Posted on 2010-03-23
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Last Modified: 2012-05-09
I've got this sbs 2003 server on which i want to configure VPN.
The only advise i can find is to use the Remote access wizard but that one quits after clicking on the first "next" option (as do all the other wizards). Some googling learned me that it probably has something to do with the fact that service pack2 for windows server 2003 is installed.

Do you guys also think that this (the sp2 install) is causing the problems) Is there anyway i can sole this problem? Or is there a way that i can configure the vpn without using this wizard?

Question by:Starbytes
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Nobody?? :(
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Alan Hardisty earned 1500 total points
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Data Execution Prevention usually kiils the SBS wizards after SP2 has been installed.

Here is a previous EE question that guides you through what is needed to resolve the issue - it should help:


Author Closing Comment

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Figured it out myself... :)

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