The steps to configure a RAS client connection using SSTP were listed in one of the previous posts. However, the good news is that Connection Manager can also be used to establish SSTP connections. This makes deploying client connections easier and transparent to the user.
To enable clients to connect using Connection Manager, we need to be able to build a Connection Manager profile that uses SSTP. The Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK) in Microsoft Windows Longhorn Server has been enhanced to help you build SSTP enabled Connection Manager profiles. Let us look at the steps required to acheive this.