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VPN connections are configured to use at least one common encryption strength.
Verify that the parameters of the connection have permission through
remote access policies. For the connection to be accepted, the parameters of the connection attempt must:
Match all the conditions of at least one remote access policy. Be granted remote access permission through the user account (set to
Allow Access). Or, if the user account has the Control Access Through Remote Access Policy option selected, the remote access permission of the matching remote access policy must have the Grant Remote Access Permission option selected.
Match all the settings of the profile. Match all the settings of the dial-in properties of the user account.
To obtain the name of the remote access policy that rejected the connection attempt, scan the accounting log for the entry corresponding to the connection attempt and look for the policy name. If IAS is being used as a RADIUS server, check the system event log for an entry for the connection attempt.
If you are logged on using an account with domain administrator permissions when you run the Routing And Remote Access Server Setup Wizard, it
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Troubleshooting Remote Access VPN Connections |
automatically adds the computer account of the RAS And IAS Servers domain-local security group. This group membership allows the VPN server computer to access user account information. If the VPN server is unable to access user account information, verify that:
The computer account of the VPN server computer is a member of the
RAS And IAS Servers security group for all the domains that contain user accounts for which the VPN server is authenticating remote access. You can use the netsh ras show registeredserver command at the command prompt to view the current registration. You can use the netsh ras add registeredserver command to register the server in a domain in which the VPN server is a member or other domains. Alternatively, you or your domain administrator can add the computer account of the VPN server computer to the RAS And IAS Servers security group of all the domains that contain user accounts for which the VPN server is authenticating remote access.
If you add or remove the VPN server computer to the RAS And IAS Servers security group, the change does not take effect immediately (because of the way that Windows Server 2003 caches Active Directory directory service information). For the change to take effect immediately, you need to restart the VPN server computer.
For a VPN server that is a member server in a mixed-mode or native-mode
Active Directory domain that is configured for Windows authentication, verify that:
The RAS And IAS Servers security group exists. If it does not, create the
group and set the group type to Security and the group scope to Domain Local.
The RAS And IAS Servers security group has Read permission to the RAS
And IAS Servers Access Check object.
Verify that IP is enabled for remote access on the VPN server. Verify that all the PPTP or Layer Two Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) ports on the
VPN server are not already being used. If necessary, the number of PPTP to L2TP ports by using the properties of the Ports object in the Routing And Remote Access snap-in to allow more concurrent connections.
Verify that the VPN server supports the tunneling protocol of the VPN client.
By default, Windows 2000 remote access VPN clients have the Automatic Server Type option selected, which means that they try to establish an L2TP/ IPSec-based VPN connection first, and then they try a PPTP-based VPN connection. If either the PPTP or L2TP server type option is selected, verify that the VPN server supports the selected tunneling protocol.
PART III
VPN Troubleshooting
By default, Windows XP remote access VPN clients have the Automatic VPN Type option selected, which means that they try to establish a PPTP-based VPN connection first, and then they try an L2TP/IPSec-based VPN connection. If either the PPTP VPN or L2TP IPSec VPN Type option is selected, verify that the VPN server supports the selected tunneling protocol. Depending on your selections when running the Routing And Remote Access Server Setup Wizard, a Windows Server 2003 based computer running the Routing And Remote Access service is a PPTP and L2TP server with five or 128 L2TP ports and five or 128 PPTP ports. To create a PPTP-only server, set the number of L2TP ports to zero. To create an L2TP-only server, set the number of PPTP ports to 1 and disable remote access inbound connections and demand-dial connections for the WAN Miniport (PPTP) device from the properties of the Ports object in the Routing And Remote Access snap-in.
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