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I've taken over  looking after a SBS 2003 server which is running fine & the users now want to have remote access.
However when I run the VPN wizard its looking for a floppy drive which the system doesn't have. How can I setup remote access without it?
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follow this guide it will help >>> http://www.techrepublic.com/article/configure-a-windows-server-2003-vpn-on-the-server-side/5805260



also, do you the 2003 media on you as it may require you to install some essential files. it normally asks for a floppy drive but you can browse manually to the correct location
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Thanks for the info
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