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Win2K VPN Troubles

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I am having problems with my VPN setup.  The VPN is running via Remote Access and Routing on a Windows 2000 server.  It is also our ISA machine.  It is using Radius which is running on a Windows 2003 Server.  When an external machine tries to connect to the VPN it gets a "the account does not have permission to dail-in" error (649).  I have made sure that my accounts have permission to connect remotely and have verified that they are all members of the group that Radius is expecting.  What else could be the problem?

Both ends of the Radius connection are using MS-CHAP V2 and their secrets are identical.  Radius is registered with Active Directory.  What else could the problem be?  
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Make that your IAS server is a member of the RAS & IAS servers group.

Did you edit the default dial in policy. By default the default policy says deny 24/7 unless specifically allowed. So if you left it alone, you would need to go to each user account and and select dial-in, YES.

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enfz, I'm looking that the link right now.  What do you mean make sure that the username is different from the domain name?

trimmer, I have verified that the IAS (vpn) server is a member of the RAS & IAS group.  I have also ensured that the users "dailing-in" have permission to do so.

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Well I solved the problem.  The problem was that the Radius server wasn't set to accept MS-Chap V2.  I thought that I had used V2 on both ends, but the Radius end was using V1.  Thanks for the help guys.

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