‎02-12-2008 08:46 AM - edited ‎02-12-2008 08:55 AM OK, I think that in your cryptic response you were pointing me to tech article #21685 that states: "Sharing a Database Over a VPN (Virtual Private Network) Sharing a database over a VPN is no different than sharing the database over a LAN.

1. Identify a cfg file to define host, hostgroup and services for VPN device. You can either create a new vpn.cfg file or re-use one of the existing .cfg file. In this article, I’ve added the VPN service and hostgroup definition to an existing switch.cfg file. Make sure the switch.cfg line in nagios.cfg file is not commented as shown below. Security - TechGenix 301 Moved Permanently. nginx/1.1.19 Remote Access VPN | OpenVPN Access Server

Windows Server 2008 SSL VPN (SSTP) - NetCal

Step by step instructions on setting up VPN on Server 2008

Jan 08, 2008

Secure VPN on standalone Windows 2008 R2 server I have been tasked with setting up a Windows 2008 R2 server, and I need to allow VPN access to it. I have RRAS set up which allows clients to connect via Windows VPN. Unfortunately, is uses PPTP by default, which I hear is really not secure. This page for example outlines is: