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Oct 28,  · Update your VPN client connection settings to use MSCHAPv2 as the authentication method. If you have a third-party VPN server which does not support MS-CHAPv2 as an authentication method and supports only MS-CHAPv1, you will need to use either CHAP or PAP to connect from the Windows Vista VPN client until the server . It’s possible that your Firewall protection is preventing a VPN connection. Turn off the firewall and check if the problem still persists. For Windows / 8: Press Windows Key . Mar 15,  · I think there is an option in it in the VPN Client. Also make sure that you are not using the default x Autentication Protocol in windows' wireless network configuration. I found that after installing XP SP1 it is on by default.