VPN error as Network Access Connection device not found.

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We are trying to setup a VDI connection (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure). While trying to connect the Virtual Machine, it's giving an error as Network Access Connection device not found.

What is the cause of the issue. Kindly help me to resolve the issue.

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VPN error as Network Access Connection device not found.

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Hi Nitinpatel!

Network Access Connection device not found error, usually may come up due to several reasons mentioned below.

1. The Virtual Machine itself cannot be found. You may want to check if the connectivity with the virtual machine is not disabled or corrupted.

2. Check your firewall settings. There are some instances wherein a firewall may block the connectivity. Open Services.msc from Run ; then look for Windows firewall. Stop the service and click OK ; then try checking if you'll be connected. To restart the service, just open Windows Firewall from services.msc window and click Start then Ok.

3. Check your Antivirus program. These applications tend to reject or block unknown hardware/software components.  So check your settings then proceed.

Hope this helps!

Answered By 0 points N/A #89281

VPN error as Network Access Connection device not found.

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Hello,

The solution for this is, the client has SBS 2003 and you must map user folder from the SBS because if you run on the Windows, it can get the message and when you click the shared drive that the Network drives are inaccessible. The SBS can ping to the problematic Windows computer and from the SBS he/his can ping the computer.

Make sure you use the net us command, for deleting all the invisible drives and the net can use for the username password from the map to the network device. If  you can't  fix the problem, go to control panel and click the user account and choose the Credential Manager ; you can delete the username to the Windows credentials.

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