Windows Server and Windows 10 version 1709 are now released, and with these releases come some great new features for Virtual Private Networks in Windows 10.
With Windows 10 VPN, you can create Always On VPN connections so that remote computers and devices are always connected to your organization network when they are turned on and Internet connected.
You can use this new topic to gain an understanding of how Windows Server and Windows 10 VPN features map to DirectAccess features, including details about the increased flexibility provided by new VPN features.
You can also use this topic for an overview of how Windows 10 VPN provides some advantages over DirectAccess deployments, such as the ability to support mobile device management and Azure Active Directory joined devices.
For more information, see Always On VPN and DirectAccess Features Comparison.