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SSTP VPN to server from Windows 2003 Server

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we have a server setup on Amazon and can connect to it from our Win 7 desktops using the SSTP VPN connection, but I wish to connect our Server 2003 box to it to perform a file sync of some directories.

I could do this over FTP, but the file comparison of size/date isn't very reliable and it will just try to transfer EVERYTHING most of the time.

If I could connect via the VPN, I could use the FreeFileSync program to compare and then sync...   but it seems that Server 2003 doesn't have SSTP connection capabilities.

Is there any way around this?
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You can set up a PPTP VPN to a 2003 server quite easily, however PPTP is not as secure as SSTP.  Should that be an option and you would like more information, please advise.

You can also use a 3rd party VPN service such as LogMeIn's Hamachi
https://secure.logmein.com/products/hamachi/
Hamachi does not require any port forwarding.
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From not To a 2003 server.  
The connection is from 2003 to 2012 R2 (which is an amazon server and will only allow sstp vpn connections).

I might try hamachi
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