Re: Can't connect using VPN
Thanks for the reply.
There is only 1 NIC.
It is not intermittent. It fails each and every time.
You mention a work around has already been posted. Where?
"John Bailey" wrote:
> Okay, I'm running Vista Ultimate but I'm not sure what Vista Ultimate 6000 is.
> The problem is present in Vista, but it is intermittent. It seems to occur
> if you have more than one network card, but only one of which is active,
> although I am basing this on the fact that my desktop with a single network
> card has not had the issue whereas my laptop often has the problem. I have a
> loopback adapter setup for use with Virtual PC instances and a network card
> that is often not connected and neither of these have internet connections,
> but my wireless connection does provide me with connectivity to the internet.
> Sometimes the Connect To section does not recognize the internet connection
> for some reason.
> The work around has already been posted, but you can always connect if you
> go through the Network and Sharing Center and select Manage Network
> Connections. Aparently this interface either detects the internet connection
> or does not check for the internet connection and will let you connect the
> vpn regardless.
> "Antibiyotik" wrote:
> > Using VPN on Vista Ultimate 6000 without any problem...
> > Working as well...
> > "DB" <DB@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news:92484C60-AC3F-4571-BA79-CF9E1AE1493F@microsoft.com...
> > >I am on Vista RTM.
> > >
> > > When I try to create a VPN connection, it refuses to use my Internet
> > > Connection. It ends up creating a Dial-up connection that shows up as
> > > Unavailable - Device missing.
> > >
> > > I have turned of Firewall and One-Care.
> > >
> > > I have done this a million times in XP and it just works.
> > >
> > > How do I do this in Vista?
> > > --
> > > DB