Establish a VPN connection using MS Application- winserver 2003

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
VPN
VPN connectivity
Windows Server 2003 Networking
Windows Server Remote Access
I am working in a small firm and want to create a VPN connection for my managers who wants to acess company's internal resources via their laptop.

I recently sucessfully installed Proxy Server and Firewall - User Gate, it involves ICS over my lan card.

Now when i want to configure my VPN Connection via my Routing and remote acess, it ask me to remove ICS !!!! this will disable my proxy and internet connectivity. :-(

How can i go about this situation,,, vpn ---- ICS

please help...

 



Software/Hardware used:
MS win 2003, Routing and Remote Acess, VPN

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Instead of using this server, you may want to review if your firewall has that option automatically. Most firewalls (recent) has that capabilities already. Most would need to purchase user licenses (concurrent). I would always recommend this first before trying to config a Windows Server to be your PPTP (VPN)server.

Here’s a checklist if you want to go the Windows route.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc776327(WS.10).aspx

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