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Windows 7: Network address translation traversal (NAT-T)

15 Feb 2009   #1

Windows 7 beta
Network address translation traversal (NAT-T)

Anyone found the Windows 7 equiv registry mods as this for Vista to allow L2TP/IPSEC NAT-T ?


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15 Feb 2009   #2

Windows 7 beta

KB article 947234 has the Vista & XP registry locations reversed. They are correct in 926179, & work under Windows 7 build 7000.
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