How do I create a Dial In VPN Connection using a Sonicwall TZ 150 Standard ?

How do I create a Dial In VPN Connection using a Sonicwall TZ 150 Standard ?
I am not sure if I have the correct license to be able to do this. her is a copy of the lincense page +
Nodes/Users Licensed 10  
Enforced Client Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware - Kaspersky Not Licensed  
Complete AV  
    Client Anti-Virus Not Licensed  
     Server Anti-Virus Not Licensed  
Client CFS Not Licensed  
Gateway Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware & Intrusion Prevention Service Not Licensed  
E-Mail Filtering Service Not Licensed  
VPN Licensed  
Global VPN Client Not Licensed  
Global VPN Client Enterprise Not Licensed  
VPN SA Licensed 2  
Global Security Client Not Licensed  
Comprehensive Gateway Security Suite Upgrade    
     Gateway Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware & Intrusion Prevention Service Not Licensed  
     Content Filter Not Licensed  
     Premium Content Filtering Service Not Licensed  
     ViewPoint Not Licensed  
Analyzer Not Licensed

Would the VPN SA Licensed 2  allow me to do this ? If so how do I ?  Thanks
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Blue Street TechLast KnightCommented:
Hi jbovalley,

You need to have Global VPN Client (GVC) licensing. You should be able to pick that up for about $50/user.

VPN SA License is different…it is the Security Association for the VPN and outlines how the device will build and utilize relationships with other devices.
jbovalleyAuthor Commented:
Thank you...
Blue Street TechLast KnightCommented:
Right now since you have the VPN Licensed you can configure a site-site tunnel with another sonicwall but you need GVC to connect a device such as a laptop to the VPN tunnel.

Once you get the licensing here is what you need to do:
The best way is to run the Wizard either on the Wizard tab between Log and Help on the left column or within the VPN tab toward the top “VPN Policy Wizard…” both launch the same wizard. Here are some how to’s: from here you can choose either Standard to Enhance OS. If you don’t know which version your OS is login to the firewall under System then Status. Under System Information lookup Firmware Version…it will state either SonicOS Standard or SonicOS Enhanced3.9.1.2-50s.

Here is where to download the clients you will use on your laptop or in remote locations to connect to the VPN: 
Blue Street TechLast KnightCommented:
Thanks for the points! Glad I could help.
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