I have a Windows 7 Professional Laptop in which the User uses VPN.
The VPN use to work fine when connected to Wired LAN (or Wireless LAN) but now every time you try and connect to VPN it tried to use dial up modem.
The properties of the VPN Connection is
Modem (Removed WAN Miniport (PPTP) VPN3-0)
So obviously this is trying to use a dial up modem.. I try creating new VPN connection and choosing LAN and not dial up but it keeps being setup for dial up modem and will not connect.
THe Laptop is part of a WIndows 2003 SBS Domain.
The user said he thinks the issue may have occured after he connected his BlackBerry and was asked some questions that he is not sure if his answers were correct. He thinks maybe since he haver used the BlackBerry connection manager before he brok the VPN with this BlackBerry App. (THinking maybe it prompted to setup a dial up connection...)
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