Always On VPN Ask Me Anything (AMA) March 2023

It’s that time again! Have questions about Always On VPN? Are you having a specific issue you can’t figure out? Need information about configuration options? Here’s your chance to get your questions answered! Join me next week on Thursday, March 23, 2023, at 10:00 AM PDT (UTC -7) for an opportunity to ask me anything (AMA!) about Microsoft Windows Always On VPN and related technologies.

The AMA will be an open forum session where we can all talk shop about Always On VPN. It’s a great chance to learn new things and share experiences with your peers. We’ll discuss known issues and limitations, best practices, and more.

Update: Missed the session? You can watch it here!

Everyone is welcome. Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity to connect and learn. Register today!

Can’t make the session? Register anyway and I’ll send you the link to the recording as soon as it is availalbe!

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  1. Rufus Firesmith

     /  March 16, 2023

    Is there a particular process to follow when moving a certification authority and the NPS to a new server but which has the same name and IP address of a decommissioned one that had those roles before? We followed Microsoft recommendations but now get 812 error on User Tunnels, although Device Tunnels connect perfectly.

    • Were the CA and NPS on the same server previously?

    • Simon Quist Erichstrup

       /  March 22, 2023

      When changing CA remember to also change the RootCertificateNameToAccept on the RRAS and for User Tunnelling also change your NPS policies to use the new CA for cert lookup as well as renew the cert thumbprints in EAP settings in your vpn profile.


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