How Can I make secure connection (https) with Windows 10 to a router/firewall to not have an error " Code: INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND"
It all started when I tried to install Sonic Wall TZ series SSLVPN , or (GVC) client for a windows 10 computers
. I then noticed I only can use http://
<ip> to connect to sonicwall TZ series and not HTTPS. If I can not run and connect https:\\
<ip> to connect to the sonicwall TZ then I would not be able to install SSLVPN client either.
I even downloaded the SSLVPN client with windows 7 and take it to installed it on windows 10 and I got up to the login prompt but then it fails and it does not connect.
To summarize my question; Windows 10 browsers seems (Any one, Edge, IE, Chrome, etc. ) not connect secure (port 443) to a device that has expired certificate.
I tried GVC version GVCSetup64_4.9.4.0306_EN.exe
that someone recommended for windows 10 and after I typed user name and password it failed through authentication , it failed too and the log file showed this entry (An incoming ISAKMP packet from <IP> was ignored.)
Can anyone suggest a work around please?