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How to setup VPN with Windows 7 Home Premium?

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Old 16-01-2011
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How to setup VPN with Windows 7 Home Premium?
  

I purchase a Vostro 1014 Laptop from dell. I in reality did not give attention that it comes by Windows 7 Home Premium preinstalled. Furthermore at the moment I am wondering if I will be able on the way to connect remotely to the desktop computer in my workplace. Is it probable to be made by means of windows 7 Home Premium? I read it is not up to now. Can anyone assist me please? Thanks in advance.

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Re: How to setup VPN with Windows 7 Home Premium?

I also in recent times buy a new laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium. I also require to connect to an IPSEC virtual private network (VPN) for job. I attempted the current virtual private network (VPN) client and subsequent to reading post I attempted vpnclient-win-msi-5.0.07.0240-k9-BETA.exe. At what time I tried on the way to install the Beta I obtain the following error message which states that “Error 28011: Windows 64-bit is not supported by Cisco Systems VPN Client 5.0.07.0240.” Any suggestions would be respected. Thank you for your valuable suggestion.
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Re: How to setup VPN with Windows 7 Home Premium?

Making use of the built-in PPTP virtual private network (VPN) client you be able to surely access a virtual private network. I have made that by means of a PPTP virtual private network (VPN) server running on a Windows Home Server as a experiment. If you make use of a third-party virtual private network (VPN) client that is similar to Cisco after that you require verifying their support forums for help. At the moment if you mean joining a job domain atmosphere by means of a virtual private network (VPN) through Windows 7 Home Premium then you cannot do that? You will require to upgrade to Professional or Enterprise or else Ultimate.
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Re: How to setup VPN with Windows 7 Home Premium?

I will like to setup a outgoing virtual private network (VPN) connection on a Windows 7 Home Premium computer (my home PC) as well as connect to it all the way through my Windows 7 Ultimate laptop? Furthermore I am not in the similar network; I am at a distance of about 2.5 hours from home. I setup the connection, however I obtain an error 800, and I attempted to see at the firewalls however I cannot make it out. Please assist!
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Re: How to setup VPN with Windows 7 Home Premium?

I am puzzled. Do you desire to connect to your house Windows 7 home premium system from school through your laptop? If yes, is your home computer at the back of router or else connected straightforwardly to any public internet by the use of a modem? If it is the previous then you require forwarding Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) Port 1723 all the way through any router the virtual private network (VPN) host computer is behind. Furthermore the router has to bypass GRE Protocol 47 traffic. A number of routers call that VPN Pass Through. You as well require to make certain no matter what firewall software which is running on the virtual private network (VPN) server computer also has Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) Port 1723 open as well as it passes GRE Protocol 47 traffic.
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Re: How to setup VPN with Windows 7 Home Premium?

From the remote site call the home virtual private network (VPN) server computer making use of its public Internet protocol (as assigned by your Internet Service Provider) or else a fully capable domain name. I advise the latter. You be able to obtain a free fully qualified domain name (FQDN) from No-IP.com or else similar service. And if your router does not support No-IP.com, or else similar service, so you need to download free small programs which will contacts the No-IP.com servers on a moment programmed basis. The No-IP.com servers after that be familiar with your current Internet Protocol and map that to your fully qualified domain name (FQDN). That information is propagated over the internet.
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