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OpenVPN looks good, but I'm hoping for a VPN server that is compatible with the built in VPN client in Windows.

When doing a quick search it just comes up with VPN clients compatible with Windows.

Ideally it would also support active directory authentication.

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have a look at StrongSwan. According to their wiki it should be compatible with Windows 7:

Windows 7 fully supports the IKEv2 (RFC 4306) and MOBIKE (RFC 4555) standards through Microsoft's Agile VPN functionality and is therefore able to interoperate with a strongSwan VPN gateway using these protocols. strongSwan currently can authenticate Windows 7 clients either on the basis of X.509 Machine Certificates using RSA signatures (case A) or Username/Password using EAP-MSCHAP v2 (case B).

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