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IPsec VPN returns 810 error code

Postby guest » Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:31 pm

Under Windows 7 and Windows XP I have VPN with preshared key (remote server is Windows 2008 Standard) and all works fine. But when trying to configure IPSec with certificate i have 810 error code.

There are certificates installed properly in my local storage (computer). I have one in storage computer in personal tab (mmc) and one in trusted root CA (computer and user).

I don't know what I should looking for.
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Re: IPsec VPN returns 810 error code

Postby guest » Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:32 pm

According to the error 810, it appears that we are using an incorrect certificate for VPN authentication between client and server. For L2TP/IPsec VPN certificate authentication, please note that the VPN server must also have the appropriate certificates installed. On the VPN server, locate to MMC snap-in -> Certificates -> Local Computer -> Personal -> Certificates. In the right panel, please ensure the RRAS server certificate is installed. Also check the root CA certificate.



On the other hand, at the VPN client side. Verify that the root CA certificates are installed on both user and computer certificates. In addition, on the Local Computer -> Personal container, also need have a valid certificate issued by the CA to the client computer.

Note: The certificate subject name must be the same with the computer name.



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