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Windows 7 64 bit Connecting to SBS 2003 32 bit

I am trying to connect a VPN to a Win 2003 32 Bit Server, but I get this :this profile not built for this processor architecture. I even tried creating manually with the Win 7 VPN wizard, but it still will not connect. Any ideas?
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jeff_01Commented:
I presume you were trying to connect with the Connection Manager package built on the 32bit server. You have to build the 64bit version to run on your Windows7 Machine. AFAIK you need to do that on a 64bit server. The manual connection should not give you this same error can you definately confirm that error with a manual connection?
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hshaoCommented:
As jeff_01 said, you are not able to use Connection Manager to connect to a SBS 2003 32-bit from a 64bit client. This message is expected. Since this is SBS 2003, why not use RWW? This is more convenient than VPN from my point of view.
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jackm1Author Commented:
Well I tried setting up the VPN manually, and I get Connecting:Wan miniport pptp and then L2TP
Then I get: Error 800 The Remote connection was not made because the attempted VPN tunnelsfailed
If the SBS Connection worked before shouldn't the VPN work too in Win7. I setup a VPN in the past with a XP notebook and it worked before?
My client does not want to use RWW.
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hshaoCommented:
Please refer to this blog:
http://blogs.technet.com/rrasblog/archive/2009/08/12/troubleshooting-common-vpn-related-errors.aspx

As we can see, possible Cause of the error is:
This error comes when the VPN tunnel type is Automatic and the connection establishment fails for all the VPN tunnels.

Possible Solutions:

a> If you know which tunnel should actually be used for your deployment, try to set the Type of VPN to that particular tunnel type on the VPN client side. [This can be set by clicking the Network Connections icon on the bottom right of the task bar, Select your Connection, Right Click -> Properties -> Securities Tab -> Under Type of VPN select the interested VPN tunnel type ]

By making VPN connection with a particular tunnel type, your connection will still fail but it will give a more tunnel specific error (for example: GRE blocked for PPTP, Certificate error for L2TP, SSL negotiation errors for SSTP, etc.)

b> This error usually comes when the VPN server is not reachable or the tunnel establishment fails.

i. Make sure the VPN server is reachable (try to PING the server).

ii. If interested in PPTP, make sure PPTP port (TCP 1723) or GRE Port (47) is not blocked on in between firewalls.

iii. If interested in L2TP, make sure

1. Correct pre-shared key or machine certificate are present both on client and server.

2. L2TP port (UDP 1701) is not blocked on any of the firewalls.

iv. If interested in IKEv2 based VPN tunnel, make sure

1. IKE port (UDP port 500, UDP port 4500) is not blocked.

2. Correct machine certificate for IKE are present both on client and server.
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