No, I have no other apps that would interfere. I reloaded Vista and tested
with the VPN client. The user created during the initial welcome aboard
"seems" but don't really support split tunnel. If I try Administrator or
other users put in the Administrators group fail with the error.
The VPN client is configured to do "split tunnel" so only the networks I
want secured are done and the rest are routed as normal. Definitely an odd
issue that is for sure. This is a real show-stopper. I would have figured
this will RC1/Beta but not an RTM product. :-) I'll keep plugging along.
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"Josh" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Do you have apps that are on your desktop that might impact the network
> layer? other VPN clients, winsock, something like that?
> Now with NNTP goodness!
> "Steve Schofield" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> This was an existing VPN package developed with CMAK on Windows 2003.
>> The odd thing it works on my laptop running vista RTM. Both my desktop
>> (which doesn't work) and my laptop (which does) are on the same home
>> network connecting outbound. I'll keep after it.
>> "Josh" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Have they come out with a CMAK for Vista yet?
>>> Now with NNTP goodness!
>>> "Steve Schofield" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>> Hi Vista gurus,
>>>> I have VPN using RRAS against a Windows 2003 server. The client
>>>> installs with no problems on Vista Ultimate RTM. When I click connect
>>>> I get an message box. listed below. This same works on WinXP Pro and
>>>> Windows 2003 SP1.
>>>> 1) "Connection manager needs elevated privilege to run the following
>>>> Custom Action(s) to proceed with the connection"
>>>> CMROUTE.DLL - to update you routing table.
>>>> 2) When I click "Continue"
>>>> 3) An error comes up with "Connect Action to update your routing table
>>>> failed (80070002)"
>>>> I turned off UAC and rebooted the Vista client. I looked in the Local
>>>> security policy and didn't see anything, I ran filemon and didn't see
>>>> anything being denied. I turned on auditing, nothing inthe Security
>>>> log. I found a few errors in the application log. "The reason code
>>>> returned on termination is 631" Any ideas?
>>>> Steve Schofield
>>>> Microsoft MVP - IIS.