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The following crypto algorithms are no longer supported on Windows Vista or later versions:
40- and 56-bit RC4 encryption, formerly used by the Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE) Protocol for PPTP-based VPN connections
DES encryption, formerly used by IPsec policy within L2TP/IPsec-based VPN connections
MD5 integrity checking, formerly used by IPsec policy within L2TP/IPsec-based VPN connections
The removal of support for DES encryption and MD5 integrity checking for L2TP/IPsecbased VPN connections means that L2TP/IPsec-based VPN connections now support the following data encryption and data integrity algorithms by default:
128-bit AES, 256-bit AES, and 3DES for data encryption using IPsec
Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA1) for data integrity using IPsec
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