Looking for professional OpenVpn support

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Looking for professional OpenVpn support

Post by luis » Tue Apr 24, 2012 2:00 pm

Some time back, the company I work for decided to install OpenVpn around some of our customer to secure some connection with our cloud server. The installation process it's been smooth (and repetitive), however there has been some wrinkles around with Windows 2003 R2 (and some on Windows 2008). OpenVPN is not our business, and I don't mind sending a couple of our tech representative for training, however in the short run, I'll need someone that fix the situation with around 5 of our customer (all having pretty much the same problem)

The actual error is a 'NOTE: could not get adapter index for {CFA0266A-948D-4B3F-A6E1-81D52D7C90E7}'.

I'm looking for someone (entity, company, or individual) to help us solve this situation. We are looking to pay for this service, as we need it fix as soon as possible.

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Re: Looking for professional OpenVpn support

Post by krzee » Tue Apr 24, 2012 2:09 pm

can you have someone who is comfy with tech stuff hop on freenode irc #openvpn? they will need access to one of the client machines that has the problem (and maybe the server, but doesnt sound like it)

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