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ISA2006, 2 different VPN types on the same server?

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I have an ISA2006 server accepting client VPN connections and with a Site-to-Site connection to another ISA2006.  Both the client connections and the Site-to-Site are using PPTP.

Can I set up a 2nd Site-to-Site using IPsec, on this same server?  If I do that, will it interfere with current client VPN access?

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Keith Alabaster earned 500 total points
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Yes you can - and no, it won't :) (as long as you do it correctly of course)
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