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  • VPN - CMAK Issues

    I am setting up standard installs for our workstations. We have a VPN connection at 10.10.10.10. I want to automate the setup for this connection via a script of batch file. I tried using CMAK, Can anyone tell me if this utility is only for dial up connections? I need to use a ip address to connect and when I create the profile it always ask for a phone number. Is there a way to export and import a VPN connection? Is there a bat file that i can use to do this.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    Re: VPN - CMAK Issues

    It's certainly doable to an IP address or FQDN rather than a phone number, cos I've done it before. It was a while ago though, let me check on how I did it.
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      Re: VPN - CMAK Issues

      As cruachan said, it is certainly possible. I've used it myself.This is the best visual tutorial of how to use the CMAK that I've seen so far. Also, check out TechNet Library's CMAK section which includes the Operations Guide and the Technical Reference Guide.

      EDIT: I fixed my broken URLs. Thanks for the heads-up Dumber!
      Last edited by Nonapeptide; 20th November 2008, 15:36.
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