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VPN to SBS and then dial-up to another network

Postby chicagotech » Tue Apr 15, 2008 11:04 am

Thank you for the update.

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"Dave Taylor" <DaveTaylor> wrote in message news:72657C58-DCE5-492F-A1CE-1B96920FD9E2@microsoft.com...
> Thanks Robert, although after some more poking around I figure I need psexec
> (sysinternals) to run rasdial remotely on the server from the client login
> script (that way the server is the machine dialing out rather than the
> client).
>
>
> "Robert L. (MS-MVP)" wrote:
>
>> You may use rasdial.exe. However, you may have a routing issue.
>>
>> How to setup VPNYou can run rasdial.exe as a service by using instsrv.exe 2.
>> Add rasdial.exe into startup. 3. Create IPSec VPN if you have static IP. ...
>> www.howtonetworking.com/Windows/vpnsetup.htm
>>
>>
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>> >I have a situation where I need to allow a remote user to VPN into my
>> > SBS2003R2 server and then dial-out to another network connection. I've
>> > created the dial-up connection on the server, but I don't want the remote
>> > user to have a terminal session on the server to initiate the connection
>> > for
>> > obvious security reasons. Is there a way I can start the dial-up
>> > connection
>> > in his login script?
>> >
>> > My other thought was to use demand-dial, but there are several such
>> > dial-up
>> > networks that all have the same IP addresses/subnets so that doesn't work
>> > very well.
>> >
>> > Thanks
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
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Postby guest » Tue Apr 15, 2008 11:48 am

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