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Greetings to all.

I am having problems with using the Clientless SSL-VPN function of Kerio.

My set is that I have a Desktop PC (w/ 2 NIC's) that has Winroute in it. This machine is the one directly connected to the DSL modem of our ISP (at the 2nd NIC). This 2nd NIC has the static IP address given to us by our ISP. This Desktop is not part of our network domain and acts as a "stand-alone" PC. O/S is Windows XP Pro.

Tried everything on the Winroute manual as to how to setup the Clientless SSL-VPN. Even double-checked all authentication settings (w/c BTW is done by mapping from the Winroute PC to the AD of my local Primary domain controller). I can see and access the log-in page from a PC / browser outside of our network but logging in always generates a "Login Failed" error.

Your assistance / technical advice on the matter is most appreciated.



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We have a setup much like yours but the firewall is a member of the domain. No problems with SSL-VPN. You could try making the firewall a member of the domain.
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