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PROBLEMCHYLD
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2020-08-27 14:23 »

I have been successful creating an IPSEC PSK server on Windows using only Microsoft tools. Shit, it took me long enough. :clap:

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2020-08-27 14:57 »

:clap:

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Steven W
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2020-08-27 20:52 »

Still using XP Pro as a base?

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2020-08-27 21:41 »

Win 7 Ultimate but all the same instructions work for WinXP too.

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2020-08-27 23:49 »

Probably better to move on, especially for a server that not just for local use.

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2020-08-28 00:25 »

I can connect to my network outside my home so can my sister to share files etc... I have RDP, PPTP, IPSEC, L2TP etc....

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2020-08-30 10:46 »

Do you really use all those protocols, or just seeing what you can get going?

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2020-08-30 13:52 »

Both. I use the VPN to tunnel then use RDP to navigate and adjust the server. My wife have to vpn to her job from time to time and remote desktop too.

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2020-08-30 13:54 »

The good thing about it, the tools are already on Windows, they just need to be configured. There is no need for 3rd party software. :mrgreen:

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2020-08-30 13:56 »

The ftp server is what I use to login and update the SP and other files etc...

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