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VPN Client on Windows 2000 Server (SP4)

Hi,

I have installed Cisco VPN Client on a Windows 2000 Server and I would like to established a IPSec tunnel with a Cisco Router. The IKE Phase 1 is ok, but I then didn't get any prompt for the XAUTH autentication.

Any ideas ?

Francois

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Re: VPN Client on Windows 2000 Server (SP4)

Without configuration or debugs we might not be able to help much... On the other hand, preliminary things to check are:

make sure that authorization commands are correctly configured (I assume that they are if you have other PCs connecting fine to the router)... also make sure that the client authentication commands are correctly configured...

Sample config can be found at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk583/tk372/technologies_configuration_example09186a00800949ba.shtml

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Re: VPN Client on Windows 2000 Server (SP4)

Thanks for this feedback. All other vpn connection are working fine, the main issue I have is that the IKE Phase 1 is ok and the IKE Phase 2 should start as soon as the user is authenticated with xauth. But... Xauth prompt doesn't appear. Logs on the vpn client looks like:

438 16:37:02.937 02/02/04 Sev=Info/4 CM/0x63100015

Launch xAuth application

But without success.

Any ideas ?

New Member

Re: VPN Client on Windows 2000 Server (SP4)

HA

I have the same problem.

Do you have tested vpn connection with windows 2000 SP3 or less ???

Do you have tested vpn connection with terminal service installed ?

I will test these different config. I will tell you these results.

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Re: VPN Client on Windows 2000 Server (SP4)

Hi,

We found the problem. When connected to the Windows 2000 Server through a terminal session, the Xauth popup doesn't come. If connected on the console of the server or through a connection like VNC, all works fine.

Hope this help.

New Member

Re: VPN Client on Windows 2000 Server (SP4)

Hello

I have found the solution that make vpn client functions in terminal session :

In vpnclient.ini

in section [main]

add the line : UniprocessAuth=1

It's a referenced bug as CSCec01510

Enjoy

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