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2008 R2 VPN server under Hyper-V

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We have a Hyper-V  server with two network card. I want to create a 2008 R2 guest OS and then use it as VPN server.
Is it possible to setup VPN server service in 2008 R2 under Hyper-V?
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Yes it is possible to have the RRAS server in Hyper-V - basically you must have to install the "Network Policy and Access Services" role with "Routing and remote Access" role services.

For reading more details a good start would be here: Remote Access How To...
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