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VPN from windows 7 to windows 2003 server won't connect

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I have a Windows 2003 server with VPN setup so external users can access the server. All ports are properly working through my firewall. I have no issues connecting from a Windows XP SP3 workstation. When I attempt to connect from a Windows 7 64 bit workstation I receive a 919 error. I used the default setup on both XP and Windows 7.
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Could you check what's the authentication type which is used for XP Sp3 workstations is being used? Try to use the same authentication method for the Windows 7 machines and let me know what happens.
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The error code of 919 indicates that the remote computer refused to be authenticated using the configured authentication protocol. The line has been disconnected. 629 means the port was disconnected by the remote machine.
 
How to change protocol   http://www.utwente.nl/icts/en/handleidingen/vpn/win7/
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