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Help with SonicWall NSA2600 and SSL-VPN

Posted on 2015-02-16
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I have a NSA 2600 with all current firmware. I have configured SSL-VPN and can connect using the newest NetExtender version (7.0.203) I can RDP into any Windows 2003 server just fine but not Windows 2008 or Windows 7/8. Is there any settings I need to do on the servers/workstation themselves to allow RDP through the Sonicwall NSA2600 SSL-VPN?

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by:Don S.
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Do you have the new systems set to use the more Secure version of RDP - the one with Network Level Authentication?  If you don't have a newer RDP client that supports NLA that you are trying to connect from, then it won't connect.  You can test this by simply changing the Remote Desktop setting on the destination computer to the less secure (middle) option.
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Just tried but same thing, Cannot connect.
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You may have to restart the target computer to have the change take effect.
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Testing now...Will get back to you..Thanks.
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I tested it on a Win 2008 server and it seemed to work. My concern is that I need to lower the security on the server for this to work correctly. Is that how it is or is there a solution?
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