VPN not available at startup on Win XP

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Jun 28th, 2007

I have 3 PCs that had a VPN client that stopped working. I uninstalled and re-installed successfully. Now all 3 of these PCs give an error on bootup of the PC that the VPN client / subsystem is not available prior to logon. I can logon and then use the vpn client with no problems. I can then logoff and now get the vpn client available to use prior to logon. This was not the situation before we had the client software issues. So what do I change to get the vpn client available for use prior to logon at the first bootup.

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acomiskey Thu, 06/28/2007 - 08:17

Options -> Windows logon properties -> Check enable start before logon

Oh, you probably already have this. Not sure why it wouldn't be there on initial boot.


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