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Windows Server 2012 Unified Remote Access Planning and Deployment by Bala Natarajan, Erez Ben-Ari

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Configuring IPSec policies with advanced options

When you configure URA using the wizard, it creates a Group Policy which contains settings for the IPsec policy that will be used. These settings apply to the Windows Firewall, which establishes the connection on both sides. In some situations, you might want to adjust the settings for IPsec, but that cannot be done from the URA console. To affect these, you'll have to dig deep into Group Policy.

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STOP!

Adjusting the IPsec settings is risky business! You could easily render your URA settings invalid, and break the service completely. If you don't keep track of your changes properly, you might have no choice but to reset the entire URA configuration and start it from scratch. Another risk is ...

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