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Implement Adito VPN solution

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Hi,

I have a Adito VPN source code adito-0.9.1-bin.tar.gz.

How can I do the following:
1. Install the ADITO VPN from the source code provided in the directory /usr/local/bin/
2. Create an ADITO user.
3. Define a policy and a rule for the created user in such a way that the SSH can be forwarded through the SSL tunnel.
4. Configure the SSL VPN tunnel to forward RDP from the Windows machine.

Please provide me steps for all of the above questions ASAP.

Thanks
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This configuration has to be done on Linux CentOS 5.5 server.
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