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    I've started looking into VPN having found a number of turorials online: How to setup vpn on 2003 as router

    It seemed easy enough, however got a Error 800 which I assume is the Cisco Router not forwarding the right ports, any idea how to do that?

    Also has anyone had VPN, working on Exchange 2003 as when I turned it on outlook stopped working for our staff. Can I put the VPN on another server and just keep on forwarding the email/https/http ports to the exchange server and the VPN ports to the VPN server?

    NVM looked into webdav and decided that was more appropriate for our needs
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    I would keep VPN off exchange not to upset it. You need to forward port 47 & 1723 to the server. Who manages the router?



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