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Netscreen VPN connection with Vista

Posted on 2007-03-28
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I have a Juniper Netscreen Firewall and I am trying to VPN into the unit via L2TP. I usually need the Juniper client, but due to the upgrade tp Vista that I was required to do, I am now not able to login. Can someone please assist me in letting me know how I can get my Vista Machine to login to the Netscreen Firewall.

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with model of netscreen and version of software, no remote client support for vista until end of q2.

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The ony way currently to access your network from a vista machine is to install XP or Win2000 into a virual machine, install your vpn client in it and start the connection from there (this work fine)
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