Login Issues with Client. (Windows)

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Login Issues with Client. (Windows)

Post by ssmith » Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:17 pm

Hi, i'll try to be as explicit as possible with this situation.

I've got my OpenVPN Access Server enabled and Running. I have 3 users Currently using it.

I got 2 Users connected on the OpenVPN and when i try to Log in, i have the Message : LICENSE: Access Server license failure: maximum concurrent_connections exceeded (2) which is 100% Fine because i have a License for Only 2 Users at the same time. (Until i activate the license that we bought)

BUT, here comes my problem...

I'm adding a new User to my Security Group in Active Directory (Same Group as the 3 other Users) and when they try to Log in, i'm prompted with 2 Errors. Either it's Error : Disconnected, Cannot connect to OpenVPN or Error : Static Parse Key Error.

However, they can Connect FINE on the Web Interface of the Access Server with their Credentials... So i have 3 Working Users that can Connect to the OpenVPN and i have ALL my other Users that can't connect to the Windows Client that was Downloaded from the Web Interface Access Server... Again, However, if they Log in on MAC / Android Devices, it works Perfectly...

I need help to figure this out... Like Very soon as it's very annoying...


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Re: Login Issues with Client. (Windows)

Post by rsenio » Wed Jul 05, 2017 6:29 pm

If you bought a license key, submit your issue to support and you'll get help

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Re: Login Issues with Client. (Windows)

Post by novaflash » Wed Jul 05, 2017 9:06 pm

Sounds to me like your certificates are somehow corrupted, no idea how that can happen with Access Server. Since you only have 2 users max I think you may be better off doing a wipe and reinstall of the clients and certificates. If that fails perhaps you're better off doing a fresh install of AS and starting new.

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