I hope someone can help me solve this problem. Go to Windows Service Manager, run “services.msc”, search for “Remote Access Automatic Connection Manager” and “Remote Access Connection Manager” to see if the respective services are running. If not, set it to start automatically, start the system and reinstall/configure NetExtender.
Finally, on Windows, navigate to the Services Manager under Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services. Check Remote Access Automatic Connection Manager and Remote Access Connection Manager to see if these two services are running. If not, install them, if you want it to start automatically, restart the new sewing machine and reinstall Nettextender. —> Do this
We knew that while running, Nettextender would throw compatibility errors on Windows 10 platforms. To fix the Windows Remote Access Service error issue, follow our custom step below;
Windows 10 and NetExtender, RAS error. The solution was to remove all enabled WAN miniports: while doing so, I still had nettextender open on the login screen. I removed all major WAN miniports from my electronic test computer, checked for hardware changes, waited for sync, then tried Nettextender and it worked! I have an additional client that needs to be restarted for FWIW to work.
Instead of fiddling with Musical Instrument Manager, the following instructions solved the problem: Uninstall SonicWall NetExtender. Restart the system. Reinstall SonicWall NetExtender. Restart the system. Reconfigure VPN connection. Relate. (Step 1 will likely have the same effect as removing our network adapter.)
The NetExtender sonicwall service is called a wonderful interactive service. However, the developed system should not allow any interactive solutions. Therefore, this service may not work efficiently. Do the following:
Open Task Manager, go to Services, search for RAS or maybe even RasMan, right click and select “Go to Details” and it will successfully launch the svchost.exe system. End the task to stop one of our services. Go back to Services and start RAS manually, then reconnect to NetExtender.
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