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Shrew VPN: Problems after Acronis Restore Anyware

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I had to restore my Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit Client with Acronis Restore Anyware to another hardware. Everything works fine except Shrew VPN. Even after Deinstallation (also manual according to Shrew vpn-help), reboot und reinstallation of version 2.2.2 I Encounter a  timeout (see attachment) for all existing configurations (gateways: Fritz!Box 7390, LanCom, ...). All these configurations work fine on my other clients: Reimporting the configurations does not help.

Thus I guess it is a Client problem: Maybe there is any residual from my old client but I cannot locate it in the device manager (even with hidden devices ON).

Many thanks for help - Michael
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by:Dan Craciun
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Could be a firewall problem. Try temporarily disabling the firewall (from Windows and your AV) and test if the problem is still there.

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Dan
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I performed both (disable firewall and AV) : No success

Acctually it look like a IPsec/IKE Problem: Can I "reset" / reinstall these protocols?

Thanks - Michael
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System reset did help
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