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I have been trying to set up VPN access to server essentials 2012 server (64 bit) with no success
The Remote access server is running correctly but every time I try to connect I get a protocol error message telling me that the security protocol being used on the client does not match the ones accepted on the server
I have tried from numerous laptops and samsung phone
I have tried diffrerent security protocols, turned the firewall off and ticked the "No Authentication" boxx on the RRS
No joy

Any ideas anyone?
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This anywhere access is a real pain
My server does not have a fixed IP address and I am using a dynamic dns address for remote access
The server does not have a typical domain name associated with it
Can one still set up Anywhere Access in this case ?
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If you have a dynamic dns, you need to get a dynamic dns service like one from dyndns.org so that you can use a fixed dns name resolution.  Servers should always have a fixed IP address, is there a reason why yours needs to be dynamic?
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