Any suggestions on what to try to resolve the problem? I have set up the VPN connection according to the instructions of our network administrator. We use XP at the office.
However resources where the records were hosted on our internal dns servers under a different name (ie publicname.company.com) did not resolve successfully. Also setting the metric only on the vpn adapter is probably working because using a value of 10 is lower than the value windows 10 sets automatically on the Ethernet adapter. In Type the public name or IPv4 address used by clients to connect to the Remote Access server, enter the public name for the deployment (this name matches the subject name of the IP-HTTPS certificate, for example, edge1.contoso.com), and then click Next. Jan 06, 2017 · Hi, I think this has been addressed before but can't find answers. My wifi stopped working. I keep getting this: the remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve. I checked drivers, it's on pptp, I've reset in admin modestill nothing. Very frustrated. Any ideas. Thank you. Navigate toSSL-VPN | Server Settings by selecting WAN (or the appropriate zone). Also, make sure that the SSL-VPN port number (4433) is included along with the IP address as the Serverwhen connecting via the NetExtender client. To resolve this issue, configure the Routing and Remote Access server to prevent it from registering the IP address of its PPP adapter in the DNS or the WINS database. To do this, follow these steps: Configure the Routing and Remote Access server to publish only the IP address of the local network adapter in DNS If the browser is able to access it but not the SVN client, perhaps it's some kind of caching or DNS issue. I would suggest firstly trying to flush the DNS cache with one of the methods described here (you don't mention which platform this is on). If that doesn't work then reboot and try again. To change this behavior so that you use the local internet connection to access the internet and only access remote server when needed, please follow the following steps. 1. Open Network Connections window by clicking Start and typing in NCPA.CPL. 2. Right-click on your VPN connection and choose Properties. 3.
The remote name could not be resolved (Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.UI.RSClient) Posted on August 15, 2006 January 9, 2019 by WARDY IT Solutions When connecting to Reporting Services through SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) you may receive the error:
Jul 10, 2020 · Suggest different VPN server, check if the the VPN server is working correctly. In some cases customer needs to contact ISP and check if they are allowing L2TP connections. Cause: Server name didn't resolve (VPN server address is in incorrect format). Dec 18, 2018 · If you have a subscription with multi-user access, you are unable to virtualize your software at this time. Although we would like to provide virtualization for all subscriptions, due to the lack of assigned users & information regarding user access it is not available. Nov 12, 2019 · DNS Server could not resolve domain name ( Domain Name ) as it does not appear to be registered. If this entry appears in the log file then the DNS Server did not return MX records for the requested domain. DNS Server could not resolve domain name ( Domain Name ) in a timely fashion. Check DNS Server settings.
To resolve this issue, configure the Routing and Remote Access server to prevent it from registering the IP address of its PPP adapter in the DNS or the WINS database. To do this, follow these steps: Configure the Routing and Remote Access server to publish only the IP address of the local network adapter in DNS
I did not find anything regarding to override the hostname in Remote Access > Advanced option. However I followed as Brad said above, I edited the config file to use public IP and port instead of default host name, and it worked. Thank you very much to everybody.