Microsoft's new SSTP VPN tunnel using SSL releasing soon!

I am very happy to announce that SSTP will be first time released to all our TAP and techbeta customers via coming Vista SP1 beta and Windows Server 2008 RC0 release.To get your hands dirty with SSTP, work with your Microsoft TAP contact if you are part of Windows TAP program. If not, you can […]

I am very happy to announce that SSTP will be first time released to all our TAP and techbeta customers via coming Vista SP1 beta and Windows Server 2008 RC0 release.

To get your hands dirty with SSTP, work with your Microsoft TAP contact if you are part of Windows TAP program. If not, you can be a part of Windows techbeta program via enrolling to http://connect.microsoft.com and get the Windows beta bits.

To do a SSTP pilot or lab deployment, all you need is:

1) A machine running Vista SP1 beta or Windows server 2008 RC0 or later - acting as VPN client

2) A machine running Windows server 2008 RC0 or later - acting as VPN server

Please enroll and get your set-up ready. Soon, we will provide all the documents (like step-by-step guide) on our web site. For more questions on SSTP, see http://blogs.technet.com/rrasblog/archive/tags/SSTP/default.aspx

For any queries, feel free to connect with us via our email address as given above

Samir Jain
Lead Program Manager (samirj@online.microsoft.com)
RRAS, Windows Enterprise Networking

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Source:→ Microsoft Routing and Remote Access Blog