I have a client that I want to setup to use VPN with Small Business Server 2011 Standard. There are only eight employees at this company so my plan is to simply install the AnyConnect client only on the machines that will need it (5 users).
I am simply looking for some guidance / suggestions / words of wisdom from the good folks in this community on how to accomplish this. As with most small companies, they want this implemented yesterday so if anyone in this community has any experience that could reduce my time-to-implement it would be very appreciated.
One question I have is related to the VPN functionality in SBS 2011 itself... On the SBS Standard Console there is an option for VPN Connectivity. Should this be on or off? I know this is related to the built-in functionality within SBS 2011 so my thinking is that it should be turned off (although currently it is enabled - see attached file).
Also, I would like to use RADIUS on the Windows server so that VPN users have to authenticate with their domain credentials.
Again, I know this is open-ended, but any help would be greatly appreciated.
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