Independent PPPoE connection in Windows Server 2008R2

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Windows Server 2008R2 and a PPPoE connection. You need to make the PPPoE connection started as a service (regardless of whether the user is logged in or not). This is necessary in order to change the user's connection to the Internet has always been, and for all users at the same time. And if you connect through RDP to another user, the net falls and konekt is lost.

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As a variant of the correct router to deliver, and it PPPoE the start. cheap and cheerful.
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Accidentally XStarter will not work?
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as a variant, Kerio Winroute Firewall starts as a service, can he connect.
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C:\\Users\\amc>rasdial /?
Usage:
rasdial an element [the user [the password|*]] [/DOMAIN: domain]
[/PHONE: number] [/CALLBACK: Romerapotheke]
[/PHONEBOOK: filterning] [/PREFIXSUFFIX]
\r
rasdial [element] /DISCONNECT
\r
rasdial
\r
Information about confidentiality, see the web site
"go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=104288"
\r
to make the user, it should create a connection, configure it (reconnect, etc., to remove the dialogues)
in the batch file to put the rasdial IMAPACCOUNT LOGIN PASSWORD, the batch file to run via the "task Scheduler".
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there are a lot of ways, the most interesting below (did not check)
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