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Is there an open source implementation of Internet Key Exchange protocol for windows? I found only openiked for linux platforms. (http://www.openiked.org/)

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    None that I'm aware of. All IKE/IPSec open source implementations I can find are Linux based. Might be a fun project to write the Windows daemon portion. Fork OpenSwan and add a Windows side to it. Most of the IKE protocol code is written so it might not be that terrible. – RoraΖ Mar 11 '15 at 12:14
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strongSwan has been ported to Windows 7 / Server 2008 R2 and newer with its 5.2.0 release. It may be built using the MinGW toolchain (either on Windows or Linux) with a specialized set of plugins providing access to e.g. the Windows IPsec and networking stack. It also relies on the new swanctl configuration and control interface (instead of the more commonly known ipsec.conf based configuration).

The wiki page has more on this (including known limitations).

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