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Cisco IPSec VPN Client on Windows 8 - failed to enable Nov 03, 2012 How to troubleshoot a Microsoft L2TP/IPSec virtual private With the IPSec NAT-T support in the Microsoft L2TP/IPSec VPN client, IPSec sessions can go through a NAT when the VPN server also supports IPSec NAT-T. IPSec NAT-T is supported by Windows Server 2003. IPSec NAT-T is also supported by Windows 2000 Server with the L2TP/IPSec NAT-T update for Windows XP and for Windows 2000. How to configure an L2TP/IPsec server behind a NAT-T

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To configure the L2TP/IPsec connection: From the Desktop, right click on the network icon in the Windows toolbar. Click Open Network and Sharing Center. Click Set up a new connection or network. Click Connect to a workplace then Next. Ensure No, create a connection is selected. Click Next. Click Use my Internet Connection (VPN).

Open Start Menu > Control Panel, click on Network and Internet, click on View network status and tasks. In the Set up a connection or network pop-up window, choose Connect to a workplace (Set up a dial-up or VPN connection to your workplace). Choose Use my Internet connection (VPN), in the Connect to a workspace dialog window.

The native VPN client running Windows 8 can interoperate with commonly deployed VPN server devices by using the PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, SSTP, and IKEv2 protocols. For more information about tunneling, authentication, and encryption protocols that are supported, see the Third-party VPN interoperability section in VPN Compatibility and Interoperability