Implement IPSec on Win2k3: clients and servers

Tuesday, 11 September 2007, 9:35 AM EST

IPSec implementations on Windows Server 2003 are governed by policies. Once defined, these policies are assigned to the system and subsequently dictate behavior in respect to IPSec communications. As we also mentioned in the first part, Windows Server 2003 comes with three default IPSec policies. We'll be using two of these policies Client (Respond Only) and Server (Request Security) for the purposes of this demonstration.

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