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Windows 7: VPN in windows 7 using Virtual XP mode.

10 Oct 2010   #1

windows 7 RC
VPN in windows 7 using Virtual XP mode.

I use a VPN service. Configure for Windows 7 with no changes to my router(Uverse) I have no issues connecting. However I am trying to use the same VPN connection on the Virtual XP window with-in windows 7 and I am unable to connect in that world. I keep getting a "error 619". I can connect to the internet so I do have a network connection. I also turned off the firewall in the XPmode thinking that was the issue and no changes. I thought I needed to open the ports in the Uverse router but that did not help either.

The main ports my VPN uses is 1273 and 47

So If I Connect in windows 7 it works I disconnect it and open virtual xp. That is where the problem is....

Any ideas Seven Folks?


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10 Oct 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I'm pretty sure Virtual XP automatically configures the network connection to use NAT.
Set up your Virtual XP machine (in Virtual PC interface) to use a bridged network adapter.
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10 Oct 2010   #3

windows 7 RC

White... you are pure Genius....
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