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    jimat Guest

    Default No VPN Access in Free ZA

    I'm running ZA Free to evaluate it.
    I'm trying to VPN to my work server (Exchange 2003) over my DSL and it seems that ZA keeps blocking my connection attempts.

    I have read that ZA will automatically detect VPN attempts but I get no notices or warnings. I have not blocked any related IP addresses.

    I am able to Remote Desktop to the server but that is not the secure connection I want.

    What is the solution?

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:7.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm (Free)

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    naivemelody Guest

    Default Re: No VPN Access in Free ZA

    Right click the ZA tray icon > see "Help" > see 'Troubleshooting' > 'VPN'...
    = this is your User Guide - explains
    settings and customizations.<hr>VPN <a target="_blank"></a>

    If you are having difficulty using VPN software with ZoneAlarm security software, refer to the table for troubleshooting tips provided in this section.

    <a target="_blank"></a><div class="pTableTitle">Troubleshooting VPN problems<a target="_blank"></a><div class="pCellHeading">If...<a target="_blank"></a><div class="pCellHeading">
    <a target="_blank"></a><div class="pCellBody">You can't connect to your Virtual Private Network (VPN)<a target="_blank"></a><div class="pCellBody">Configuring ZoneAlarm security software for VPN traffic <hr><a target="_blank"></a><div class="pCellBody">You have created expert firewall rules<a target="_blank"></a><div class="pCellBody">VPN auto-configuration and expert rules <hr><a target="_blank"></a><div class="pCellBody">You are using a supported VPN client and ZoneAlarm security software does not detect it automatically the first time you connect<a target="_blank"></a><div class="pCellBody">Automatic VPN detection delay <hr>You may need to create expert rules, etc.<hr>Are you using Cisco VPN?... IMPORTANT - If you have a Cisco VPN client installed, you must first uninstall the VPN client, then follow the instructions below, and reinstall the Cisco VPN client again afterwards. This procedure will remove all traces of the TrueVector service, which was incorporated by Cisco into their VPN software. &gt;
    <hr><hr>You can read thru past posts dealing with VPN &gt;;q=VPN
    - using the 'red box search' at the top of the page.<hr>:8}NaiveMelody NYC 10-6-08 - Rikki Don't Lose That Number - Steely Dan

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