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RRAS - what adapter options to set on server 2012 R2?

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I am setting RRAS. Can someone pls. tell me what settings to set for networking? Should I turn off everything except IPv4? (see img pls.)

RRAS adapter settings
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by:Cliff Galiher
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Don't mess with what is enabled or disabled unless you *really* have a specific reason to. Windows does an amazingly food job or picking what it needs when you enable and configure roles such as Hyper-V and RRAS. You almost never have to change defaults.
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by:Qlemo
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I agree. IPv6 can be disabled, but there are usually no positive effects. And similar fire all other features.
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by:mrmut
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We are talking here about publicly connected port. Is it wise to leave so many services, like windows networking enable there?
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That is different then. On the public interface you only enable IPv4, and optionally QoS, but nothing else.
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