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Hi,

i have  a windows 2000 server and im trying to dialin using microsoft vpn with port 1723 open on my firewall im getting the following error on the remote end

error 691 access is denied because the username password is invalid on the domain

i know they are not

any ideas?
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Question by:armstrongwar
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by:inbarasan
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Dear armstrongwar,
I belive that you are using Microsoft PPTP Server. Make sure that Port 1723 and GRE Protocal 47 is open. Hope that you have given allow Dial in access to the user id with which you are testing.

Use Domainname\username and password and check whether it is connecting

Cheers!
Inba
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armstrongwar,
> error 691
Refer these articles also : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310431
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q188120/
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by:Rob Williams
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In active directory users and computers, in the user's profile, on the dial-in 'tab' make sure you have checked "allow access".
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by:Rob Williams
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Sorry  inbarasan, in re-reading I see that is suggested within your post.
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