Windows 2008 SSTP VPN trouble

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Windows Server 2003 R2
Windows Server 2008 SP2
Hi all, I've the following scenario: 1 Domain controller Windows 2003 Server R2 1 "VPN" Server Windows 2008 SP2 I've Certification Authority on my DC, by now this CA provides authentication for the Outlook Web Access (form based authentication) and for the ActiveSync for some PDAs. I want to deploy a Windows 2008 remote access server with SSTP protocol. My "VPN" server has 1 nic, I have an hardware firewall (Cisco) on the perimeter network. All the documentation I've found describe a scenario with a VPN server with two nick and a fresh installation of a CA. Is it possible to deply VPN SSTP access in my scenario?

Software/Hardware used:
Windows 2003 Server R2, Domain Controller, Windows Server 2008 SP2

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Yes you can do it with 1 nic as long as your firewalls/routers supports VPN passthrough.

The reason the guides you’ve seen specify 2 NICs is probably because they are geared towards a VPN server that’s also running DHCP etc. so you would want 1 NIC going to the Net and the VPN, and the other NIC to the Internal Network.

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