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2019/09/13 02:09:33 (permalink)
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SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server

Hi,
 
has anybody figured out how to connect to a Windows Server 2016 over the SSL VPN Portal -> RDP when Network Level Authentication on the Server is ticked on ?
 
Its no Problem to connect to the Server when its ticked off but thats what i don't want to do.
The User is in the Remote Group which is allowed to connect to the Server but it still won't work and i didn't find a solution on the web so maybe its still not possilbe to do this when its turned on on the Server.
 
OS is the newest 5.6 Version
 
Thanks in advance
 
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    JayL
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    Re: SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server 2019/09/13 04:23:38 (permalink)
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    RDP with NLA really should have nothing to do with VPN. It's the client computer that doesn't support NLA. What OS does the client have?
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    Re: SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server 2019/09/16 00:23:25 (permalink)
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    It's Windows 10, but i connect to the Server via the Portal and not from the local RDP.
    The local PC supports it, because when i am on the LAN with that Client i can connect to the Server with the Microsoft RDP but not on via the Quick Connect RDP on the Portal or with saved bookmarks
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    Re: SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server 2019/09/16 06:07:41 (permalink)
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    Ralf Lauerwald
    It's Windows 10, but i connect to the Server via the Portal and not from the local RDP.
    The local PC supports it, because when i am on the LAN with that Client i can connect to the Server with the Microsoft RDP but not on via the Quick Connect RDP on the Portal or with saved bookmarks




    Did you set to the correct security level for the RDP bookmark?
    post edited by JayL - 2019/09/16 06:43:27
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    Re: SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server 2019/09/17 05:58:57 (permalink)
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    i tried it with every possible Security Level....
     
    I'm slowly guessing thats not possible to do that when network level authentication is ticked on on the Server
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    Re: SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server 2019/09/18 08:14:43 (permalink)
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    Send some screens Ralf. Maybe I can help.

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    Re: SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server 2019/09/23 01:55:18 (permalink)
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    Hi,
    here are some Pictures.
     
    No matter what i try on the Security tab, i can't connect, i only se a Windows With "Reconnect" or "Close"
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Thanks
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    Re: SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server 2019/09/23 05:48:00 (permalink)
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    Ralf,
     
    If your server is in a domain, try to use the pattern "user@domain.net" to login. I solve my issue with this.
     
    post edited by Elthon Abreu - 2019/09/23 05:49:18

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    Re: SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server 2019/09/25 04:55:09 (permalink)
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    Thank you Elthon but it does't worked.
    Do you have this turned on on your Server?
     
     
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    Re: SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server 2019/09/25 06:01:59 (permalink)
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    Yes Ralf!

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    Re: SSL VPN with Network Level Authentication turned on on Microsoft Server 2019/09/30 05:34:50 (permalink)
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    Hi,
     
    i now can connect to my local client where Netwerk Level Authentication is on but still can't connect to the Server, really don't know why but i keep on testing :)
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