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VPN Connection To NT Server From 95 Workstation

VPN Connection To NT Server From 95 Workstation

VPN Connection To NT Server From 95 Workstation

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I've been trying to establish a connection to an NT Server orver a VPN Connection. I get as far as
verifying username and p/w, but I get an Error650: The server you are trying to connect to is not set to accept
incoming connections, or something like that. RAS is running on a BDC, with five vpn sockets waiting to
connect. Port 1732 is open. IP Address is specified in VPN Adapter TCP/IP Settings, and The IP Falls within
the range of pooled addresses. There's something stupid I'm overlooking here, and I'm at the end of a deadline.
Any help would surely be appreciated. Email: edubiel@yahoo.com

RE: VPN Connection To NT Server From 95 Workstation

Do you have a Proxy server installed? Also did you allow for the user on NT to have dial-in permission?

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