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FranzSchenk-2502 asked SimonRenMSFT-3639 commented

SCCM VPN Profiles: Windows 10 not supported?

Considering deploying VPN Profiles for Win10 Clients with SCCM. But have found the following information in https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/configmgr/protect/deploy-use/vpn-profiles:

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Can someone clarifies that?

Franz

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@FranzSchenk-2502

Thank you for posting in Microsoft Q&A forum.

I have tried to deploy the pptp profile for win10 client via sccm, it could be seen on my client side, so maybe this sccm article have not been update yet.
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There are many flexible methods could be used to deploy vpn profiles, such as sccm or intune.

Have a nice day!


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FranzSchenk-2502 answered SimonRenMSFT-3639 commented

Thank you for your reply.

We were also able to deploy a VPN Profile to a Windows 10 Client. But we were not able to add some required properties to the connection. We have to deploy VPN Profiles for connections to a Microsoft Always On VPN Server. Always On VPN Supports IKEv2 and SSTP connections.

The Always On VPN documentation describes only very complicates procedures with custom XML files and Powershell Scripts for deploying VPN connections to clients. So, because we have SCCM, we prefer SCCM because this method is much easier, and it is also much easier to change existing VPN connection properties, if required.

So, we still don't know if we can use SCCM or not for deploying VPN connections (SSTP and IKEv2) to Windows 10 clients, that will connect to Microsoft Always On VPN server.

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Hi,

Thanks for your reply.

Based on my experience, it's hard for us to deploy SSTP and IKEv2 VPN connections using SCCM as described in the document. If the feature is supported in new release of SCCM, the document will be updated and I will let you know.

You could also post a new thread on Windows Server Q&A forum to ask if there is any easier method to deploy Always On VPN profile.

Thanks for your time and understanding.

Best regards,
Simon


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