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AVG has recently fixed their firewall to be compatible with Windows Vista. I've dowloaded it and installed it; after restart, I've notcied that I couldn't VPN anymore. I'm able to VPN to the connections from my Windows XP machine with Norton AntiVirus. What can I do on my Vista machine to fix the VPN?
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Most likely you need to open ports 500 & 1723 in your firewall.

http://www.vpntools.com/vpntools_articles/network-ports.htm
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