looking to analyze my log..

hi gentls,
i am facing problem on my vpn connection..and i do not know if it is from my pc or from the other end..
can u see the attached logs and help to understand the reason.

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You seem to be behind a proxy and you are trying to establish an SSL based VPN from within a browser.
try exempting the site with which you need to establish the VPN connection from the proxy requirement and see if that resolves your issue.

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I looked through your log.  It looks like it's hitting a proxy within IE and may not be handling this properly.  Is this an IPSec client or an SSL-VPN client for Juniper?
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besmile4everAuthor Commented:
Then I believe arnold's solution will be your best bet.
There's a log error in relation to local address resolving: "Proxy exception: *.local;<local>"
Try changing your proxy settings in relation to bypassing local addressess: Tools-> Internet options->Connections-> LAN Settings->"Bypass proxy server for local addresses".

Alternatively, open your proxy file in notepad and try to configure the proxy settings listed in the proxy configuration file manually in Internet Explorer, taken into consideration the above described option.  According to your logs your proxy configuration file is located at:
file://C:\Documents and Settings\MSA\Application Data\Juniper Networks\Network Connect 6.5.0\instantproxy.pac

besmile4everAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the points.
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