Use Windows Server as a router with WSEE installed

mikmik_16 21 Reputation points
2022-10-27T18:15:17.157+00:00

Hi everyone, please note that I'm not really knowledgable regarding Windows Server roles and features. I'll explain my issue: I use Windows Server Essentials Experience (WSEE) on my Windows Server, but I also wanna use my server as a router. I activated routing role in the Server Manager to do so, but when I access RRAS console, it says that the legacy mode is disabled and to use Powershell applets. Is the legacy mode disabled because of WSEE? Is there any way to reactivate legacy mode? Thanks in advance for your advices.

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  1. Dave Patrick 426.3K Reputation points MVP
    2022-10-27T18:22:40.503+00:00

    Do not install the RRAS role on a domain controller. The multi-homing will always cause no end to grief for active directory domain services.

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