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sydkahn

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I have a home network with a "test" WIN2k3 server set up raw to the internet outside the router.

I am evalating Winroute primarily as a VPN solution.

The machine is not a domain controller nor connected to one, so I put a few users in the local kerio userbase and tried both the clientless and client based connections. Always I recieved Login failed. Tried both Local and from another computer. The page is displayed so theserver seems to be working.

I made sure that there were local machine users defined that matched the kerio users, and rebooted and stopped / started the serice a few times to see if that would affect the outcome.

I am stumped - any ideas?
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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Please edit one of these users and check the Righs tab. On the Rights tab for the users, did you check the box to allow them VPN access?

Kevin Trumbull
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http://support.kerio.com
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sydkahn

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Yes I gave each user all the priv's IU could find.

I even moved the route (web->vpn) to the top of the list... still no joy.

I was wondering about the user privs - there is an underlying local system account that matches each of the logins - is there a way to have that account be the authentcator? That is without active directory...

I want to keep this simple - time is money and I do not want to waste a lot getting this set up, and distracting from other projects. Might there be a tutorial for newbies how to install/setup without an active directory...

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