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VPN Creation on SBS 2011

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Looking for steps to create a VPN on SBS2011, so that other computers can connect successfully to the server via VPN.  Other computers may include Linux operating systems.
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SBS has a wizard right in the console for that.  Here is a TechNet article on the wizard and the necessary router configuration:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc513938.aspx
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