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Old Dec 7, 2012, 05:45 PM   #1
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Multiple Windows VPN Clients not allowed

Hi there, tried searching but didn't find an answer to this specific problem; here it goes, hope somebody can help:

We are using a Mac Mini with OSX Mountain Lion Server 10.7.4 in an Office setup. Almost all clients are Windows 7.

We have set up client configs, and it works; both L2TP as PPTP.

My problem is multiple VPN connections from Windows clients are not allowed. When user1 is using VPN from his Windows client, no other VPN connection from a Windows client is allowed while connections from an Mac or iPad works like a charm.
If user1 disconnects vpn another Windows client is allowed.

All users are using L2TP. I have enabled PPTP for testing purposes.
VPN address pool is 20 adresses for max 4 VPN users.

Is there a explenation/solution?
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