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VPN error 919

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Nomad_e65

#1
Have Vista Home Premium installed on a laptop. Want to connect to a private
VPN and I have all proper login details and as far as I can see, I have
followed the procedures for setting up my own part of this connection in a
correct manner. However, I'm denied access with reference to error code 919:

Error 919: The connection could not be established because the
authentication protocol used by the RAS/VPN server to verify your username
and password could not be matched with the settings in your connection
profile.

I have searched the net extensively to find a solution to this prob but all
suggestions I've tried so far have proved negative.

Any help would be appreciated.

Best Regards
 

My Computer

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Nomad_e65

#2
VPN error code 919

Have Vista Home Premium installed on a laptop. Want to connect to a private
VPN and I have all proper login details and as far as I can see, I have
followed the procedures for setting up my own part of this connection in a
correct manner. However, I'm denied access with reference to error code 919:

Error 919: The connection could not be established because the
authentication protocol used by the RAS/VPN server to verify your username
and password could not be matched with the settings in your connection
profile.

I have searched the net exstensively to find a solution to this prob but all
suggestions I've tried have proved negative so far.

Any help would be appreciated.

Best Regards
 

My Computer

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Robert L. \(MS-MVP\)

#3
I would double check the security settings. Or check this search result.
Vista VPN Error Codes
online marketing. Vista Error Codes ... 919 The connection could not
be established because the authentication protocol used by the RAS/VPN
server to verify ...
www.chicagotech.net/vista/vistavpncodes.htm

Vista VPN error 718 732 734 736 919 ... Situation: If you receive the
following VPN error on Vista VPN client, this could be MS-CHAP issue. ...
http://www.chicagotech.net/netforum...ew=previous&sid=6100e5f6aaf8f177a7a500cab1fa4...


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"Nomad_e65" <Nomad_e65@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:E55ECE27-E401-4E1A-8C84-10E2D9B8CE7B@xxxxxx

> Have Vista Home Premium installed on a laptop. Want to connect to a
> private
> VPN and I have all proper login details and as far as I can see, I have
> followed the procedures for setting up my own part of this connection in a
> correct manner. However, I'm denied access with reference to error code
> 919:
>
> Error 919: The connection could not be established because the
> authentication protocol used by the RAS/VPN server to verify your username
> and password could not be matched with the settings in your connection
> profile.
>
> I have searched the net extensively to find a solution to this prob but
> all
> suggestions I've tried so far have proved negative.
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
> Best Regards
 

My Computer

G
#4
Re: VPN error code 919

More information would have been helpful. What kind of VPN are you
connecting to? The link below may help.

http://blogs.technet.com/rrasblog/archive/2007/04/08/troubleshooting-vista-vpn-problems.aspx


"Nomad_e65" <Nomade65@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:B78FFA77-F886-4E64-AF83-5190A24170B6@xxxxxx

> Have Vista Home Premium installed on a laptop. Want to connect to a
> private
> VPN and I have all proper login details and as far as I can see, I have
> followed the procedures for setting up my own part of this connection in a
> correct manner. However, I'm denied access with reference to error code
> 919:
>
> Error 919: The connection could not be established because the
> authentication protocol used by the RAS/VPN server to verify your username
> and password could not be matched with the settings in your connection
> profile.
>
> I have searched the net exstensively to find a solution to this prob but
> all
> suggestions I've tried have proved negative so far.
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
> Best Regards
>
 

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