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Windows 7: Question about Webserver 2008r2 and VPN

05 May 2014   #1
jes12

Win xp
 
 
Question about Webserver 2008r2 and VPN

Hello,
sorry if i posted in the wrong topic.

i have a dedicated Windows Web Server 2008 R2. The only Roll which is Installed on the server is IIS7.5

I have been told that its not allowed to use VPN to my Dedicated server over RDP to make Adminstrativ tasks. The VPN i have made uses onboard tools of the Webserver Package. So i was not conform of that not to be allowed of using 1 VPN connection to my Server.

After searching i could find this:

Windows Standard vs. Web Server - Dedicated Server - Web Hosting Talk

where it says
<Yaramon> Windows Web server allows only 1 concurrent VPN connections.

That means for me. It is allowed and desired to do that.

Can anybody confirm this please?


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05 May 2014   #2
2xg

Win7 & Win8 64bit
 
 

Welcome to Seven Forums,

Yes, Windows Web server only allows one concurrent VPN connection. You should consider moving your IIS to a Standard or Enterprise Windows Server that will also function a few server roles, of course if there's a budget and planning to upgrade your server in the future.
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