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Old 08-21-2008, 10:09 AM   #1
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Arrow Kerio WinRoute Firewall v6.4.2

I've got a question - how can i configure Kerio WinRoute Firewall v6.4.2, installed on Windows Server 2003, for Windows VPN, located in the same computer
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Old 08-21-2008, 10:11 AM   #2
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Default Re: Kerio WinRoute Firewall v6.4.2

dude what your trying to d owill get you fired stop it now, ive already posted a good link on your other thread but if you try and configure it thats illegal and you will get fired.

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My boss asked me to post this question, i already negotiated with him about my website and he allowed it
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Old 08-29-2008, 10:12 AM   #4
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Default Re: Kerio WinRoute Firewall v6.4.2

from memory, (it's been about three years since I used winroute).

you usually have in the adapters section 3 adapters, they are local internet and dialup.

the dialup is the VPN adapter. you can impoprt users from your AD to your firewall, (this is how you setup security on the built in proxy server).

I think that somewhere in the users section there is the option to allow dial in.

also, I believe that you might have to specify that user has dialin access in their AD properties.

then you have to setup the firewall rules too...
(if I still worked at my old job I'd just have a look at how I did it before and provide some screen shots, but never mind).
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