Domain registration, VPN connections, and port configuration

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DNS
Domain name
Port configuration
Port forwarding
Remote access server
1.How should you configure your Domain to be seen by the public without registering your domain name. 2. How do you configure Terminal services client duriing the 120 day  grace period. 3. What ports neet to be open in order to use vpn. 4. How do you configure port forwarding on your router when your internal lan gets dhcp ip's how

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Windows Server 2008
ASKED: October 23, 2010  9:30 PM
UPDATED: October 25, 2010  1:15 PM

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1. Register your domain name. Why don’t you want to register a domain?

You will need to register the domain name .
you can install the TS , The grace period begins the first time the terminal server accepts a client connection. It ends after you deploy a license server and that license server issues its first permanent CAL, or after 120 days, whichever comes first
the port for vpn will depend on whether you use PPTP or L2tp
You muct only forward ports to Static ip addresses

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