Vista And XP VPN Problem
Skip Navigation Primary Navigation Channel 9 Home Site Navigation All Content Shows Events Forums Toggle Search Search Channel 9 Search Sign In Tech Off Thread 9 posts Windows Vista and VPNproblem But i am the only one using VPN, so that should not really be a problem. Click Install. It requires the Cisco VPN Client to be installed. Saturday, February 16, 2008 4:17 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the same problem.Vista to ISA have a peek at this web-site
One of the issues we have with XP is that our certificate isn't recognized but that's a minor inconvenience.Can someone give me some specific problems I'll run into and then some Please advise, and thanks for offering to take a look at the logs. In Internet address, enter gbr.mypn.co for our GBR service, if you wish to connect to a different country, please refer to our complete list of servers. Now choose ‘Set up a connection or network‘ Connect to a workplace You will be asked if you wish to use a connection that you already have. https://channel9.msdn.com/Forums/TechOff/167149-Windows-Vista-and-VPN-problem
Where the various components differ, though, is in by how much. Not yet registered? Send us the logs. I had assumed that it was like XP and that this was where you gave the connection a name.
Also, I noted that Vists connected to my Win2K3 Server PPTP VPN with no problem. VPN client errorsthat might indicate that this is potentially the issueyou are seeing: 732 Your computer and the remote computer could not agree on PPP control protocols. 718 The connection timed I always get the error that I don't have sufficient privileges to change this. A Vista client hangs on "Verifying username and Passrword".
Wednesday, March 07, 2007 1:23 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It could be because on the Vista box it is trying to establish IPv6 connection also. So, it seems that the vista's pptp client can't send any GRE packet to 127.0.0.1 if the vista firewall enabled. I always get the error that I don't have sufficient privileges to change this. look at this site netsh ras set tracing * disabled 5.
Microsoft Windows 2003 Server and Microsoft Windows 2000 Server. Open IAS console on the Radius server. Yes this disable the Windows Firewall to, but dont wory about! Now the get it to work part. 1.3 - On Win Server 2003 click "Start - Run" type Locate, and then click the following registry subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\RasMan\Parameters 4.
I've checked on another desktop running XP which connects faultessly and CHAPS2 is selected in the Connection properties so I can't see that this is the problem. Reply Yuguang says: April 11, 2007 at 3:23 pm I found a very very strange thing in vista. The caveat being if you have a wireless router older than a couple years. Click I agree.
Hope this helps Thursday, March 22, 2007 2:32 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Similar problem here - XPSP2 system connects to a VPN http://controlpanelsource.com/vista-and/vista-and-sli.html I installed the network adapters again and the internet connection started working. I did try to connect PPTP VPN Connection using Desktop (Windows XP SP2) and connect successfully. The only difference is my hardware is an SMCBR18VPN router.
but a VPN client might be able to negate that necessity. netsh ras set tracing * enabled 3. I know that! 2.2 - Now go to "Manage network connections" on the left column of Network and Sharing Center. 2.3 - Right click on your VPN then Properties. 2.4 Source To provide support for the 40-bit encryption levels and for the 56-bit encryption levels on a client computer that is running Windows Vista, you must configure the AllowPPTPWeakCrypto registry entry.
I wish that Microsoft could give the user a solution on this.Also, please note that L2TP also have the same problem with my router. The logs will be located at %windir%\tracing folder. 6. I am not sure why some clients would do this.
AKA Matthew van Eerde Last modified Mar 14, 2006 at8:29AM tobias Unfortunately, the route is via the remote network.
Steps to follow for resolution The detailed steps to follow are given in the below KB article. Replicate the problem. 4. I had to set no encryption Allowed inorder to change that to Chap.It created the log file named "tapisrv"Can you gimme your email Id so that I can send u the the pptpclnt.exe can send (through socket(raw,GRE_PROTOCOL) and sendto(...)) GRE packet to 127.0.0.1. Wednesday, April 11, 2007 11:29 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This worked for
See More 1 2 3 4 5 Overall Rating: 0 (0 ratings) Log in or register to post comments [emailprotected].. When ExpressVPN launches for the first time, copy and paste the activation code on our website (refer back to Step 2) and click Next. Still no luck :-( It works fine with another XP machine we have at home. have a peek here netsh ras set tracing * disabled 5.
But if you get an "insufficient access" error that sounds like a bug, which you should report (with repro) AKA Matthew van Eerde Last modified Mar 14, 2006 at9:24AM kidputer Windows The next choice should be CHAP and then PAP. Please let us know if authentication protocol is what is causing the problem in your cases Sunday, March 04, 2007 3:50 Right-click on Command Prompt and choose Run as administrator. Has anyone found a solution to this problem yet?
Ask a new question Read More Laptops VPN Windows Vista Related Resources Old VPN, New wireless - Won't connect Windows XP can't share Vista's VPN Connection to the Internet. Wish anyone could give me a hand. My work requires me to VPN to my customers. Monday, December 22, 2008 1:16 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It work on my area and VPN works fine Proposed as answer by Ahmet Abdagic Tuesday, November
In Windows XP you could change that by deselecting the "use default gateway on remote network". VPN Client connections created on Windows Vista show up as Dial-up connections Some people have been facing this issue in their Windows Vista VPN client installations. Any solutions? I'm not sure but I think it's the MS-CHAP v1/v2 problem or something to do with netBIOS... Will Vista SP1 fix this backward compatibility issue? (I don't Like several others I am trying to connect Vista Business through VPN to Server 2003 and do not have any issues with XP.