In Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials one could set up L2TP PSK using the following guide:
Now, when trying to set the server properties in Routing and Remote Access I get the message "Legacy mode is disabled on this Server. Using this UI, you cannot view/modify the Routing and Remote Access server configuration since legacy mode is disabled. Use RemoteAccess PowerShell cmdlets for viewing/modifying the RRAS configuration.
Is there a way to enable legacy mode in WS2016E? If not, any PowerShell gurus out there who could assist before I start doing too much brain damage?
Barber - A little overkill...... yes.... but what the hell, hardware is pretty cheap these days. Plus it probably only cost +$200 for the 2011 v4 processor over an 1150 and plus $100 for a server grade motherboard.
I did find the SSD for the OS essential for running SqueezeCenter music server with a music collection of over 100,000 songs. The delay was unbearable without the ssd. This was in a WHS 2011 Sandy bridge i5 - 2500 build, a Samsung 840 pro cured the response time. Plus I am just too damn impatient to wait for anything less than an SSD for the OS.
I pulled the trigger on the hardware this week and everything arrived today for a weekend build......
Thanks for the reply and good luck with your build.
That's good to know. I later found out I don't have to join a domain for the clients to work with WSE-2016 for backups etc. see:-