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Safenet Virtual Adaptor Not created in Watchguard Muvpn 6.13 installation

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When installing Watchguard Muvpn 6.13 the Safenet Virtual Adaptor is not created, even though there are prompts to confirm installation of the adaptor and installation seems to be successfull.

Have tried uninstalling, reinstalling and using a different machine without success.

I have multiple other successful installations in different machines.  The machines that are being installed had the Muvpn prior to reformat.

Help?!

Are there any known software conflicts that I may be overlooking?
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The operating system is Windows XP Professional.

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After Initial installation the Safenet Virtual Adaptor may only appear in the network connections after the first Successful Connection...
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How do I close a question that was never answered?  I was able to work it through after some troubleshooting, but would be nice to leave it posted if anyone needs this for reference.

One of the problems i ran into were to completely remove MuVPN before a reinstallation.
Deactivate the Security policy. Reboot. Remove from Add/Remove programs.  This should do a clean remove.

Thanks

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You have to enable the virtual adapter. There is no need to do so unless you plan to edit it. It already exists, but doesn't show up. If you wish to have it show up in network connections, open the security policy editor by right clicking on the MUVPN icon on the task bar, expand your security policy, click on the "My Identity" tab and next to virtual adapter choose required. Then reboot.
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Thanks vichydroit,
Cheers !
--Rob
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