Step 1: In your AWS VPC, Create a Customer Gateway.
Step 2: In your AWS VPC, Create a Virtual Private Gateway.
Step 3: In your AWS VPC, Enable Route Propagation in Your Route Table.
Step 4: In your AWS VPC, Update Your Security Group to Enable Inbound SSH, RDP, and ICMP Access.
Assuming that your Windows 2012 machine is already configured and has all of the necessary ports open, the first thing you’ll need to do is create a new user account for the VPN server. To do this, open the Control Panel and navigate to User Accounts. Click “Add a new user” and enter all of the required information. Once the account is created, assign it a password and click “Create.”
Next, you’ll need to download and install the VPN software. There are many different options available; feel free to choose whichever one you like best. Once installed, launch the program and follow the instructions for configuring it properly. In most cases, all you’ll need to do is enter in your username and password (which should be those of the new user account you created earlier), select which protocol you’d like to use (such as PPTP or L2TP/IPsec), choose a port number (usually 1723 for PPTP or 500 for L2TP/IPsec), and then select whether or not encryption should be used. If everything is configured correctly, click “Connect” and wait for the connection process to complete successfully.
1. Right-click on the Server name and click on “Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access“.
2. On the new wizard select “Custom configuration“.
3. Select “VPN Access“.
4. After you have click finish you can now start the Routing and Remote Access service.
First, open Server Manager and select the “Notifications” flag. This will open the Getting Started Wizard.
Next, select “Deploy VPN only”. This will enable routing and remote access on the VPN server.
Finally, right-click the VPN server and select “Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access”. This will complete the VPN server configuration.
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