Tag Archives: 8.1

New Windows 8.1 IP-HTTPS proxy hotfix

Just off the press, we just released a new Windows 8.1 IP-HTTPS hotfix.  This hotfix is meant to address Windows 8.1 clients that are not able to connect via IP-HTTPS when behind a proxy server that requires authentication.  In order to hit the issue, you must have only one certificate in the local computer store.  […]

Getting IP-HTTPS error code 0x274c?

Hello fellow DirectAccess admins!  I apologize for the long gap since my last posting.  I’ve been pretty heads down with a lot of DirectAccess work in the field and haven’t had much spare time to write new articles.  I’m hoping to bring a bunch of new articles in the coming weeks! Now for todays’ posting, […]

Getting IP-HTTPS error code 0x643?

We’ve had a couple reports of visitors to this site hitting IP-HTTPS error code 0x643 so I’m going to devote this article to the cause and resolution today. If your client is trying to connect using IP-HTTPS, you will encounter this error code if the IP-HTTPS adapter on your DirectAccess client/server has been disabled. As […]

Windows 8/8.1 Disabling NRPT Hotfix

Today brings a new DirectAccess hotfix for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 computers. This hotfix was just released and is meant to allow your Windows 8/8.1 systems to be able to unload the Name Resolution Policy Table (NRPT) in case your Network Location Server (NLS) becomes unavailable. Without this hotfix when your internal NLS goes […]

Getting IP-HTTPS error code 0x34?

I’ve had a few reports recently from some visitors about IP-HTTPS error code 0x34 on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 systems. As reference, you can run the following command on your DirectAccess client to check the state of the IP-HTTPS adapter : netsh int https show int You will get an output that will show […]