Tag Archives: Windows 8

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 0x80090326?

Good morning fellow DirectAcess admins! On a recent customer visit we ran across an IP-HTTPS error code that was new for me. After doing some searches out on the Internet, it looks like this one isn’t well documented so I wanted to share out the findings. The error code in question we discovered was 0x80090326. […]

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 […]

Getting IP-HTTPS error code 0x32?

Good Afternoon! So after encountering this error a couple of times myself and just recently having a poster report this issue, I’m going to be covering the cause for IP-HTTPS error code 0x32. Luckily this is a pretty simple one so I’ll keep it short today! If your client is trying to connect using IP-HTTPS, […]

DirectAccess Client Troubleshooting tool!

Exciting news for today!  Some of my colleagues who work a lot with DirectAccess have released a new public DirectAccess Client Troubleshooting Tool.  This works on Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 DirectAccess client machines.  If you plan to install this on a Windows 7 client, be sure you also install the .NET framework 4.0 as […]

DirectAccess Client Troubleshooting Guide

Welcome back!  So a common request from many people working with DirectAccess is a nice step-by-step guide you can follow to troubleshoot DirectAccess client connectivity issues.  I’ve worked with quite a few customers over the years doing DirectAccess installs and have done my fair share of troubleshooting connectivity issues.  The guide I’ve presented below covers […]

NRPT hotfix for Windows 7, 8, 2008 R2, and 2012

Hi again fellow DirectAccess admins!  This week I wanted to let everyone know about a recent hotfix we’ve published to correct an issue that some of you might hit in a large DirectAccess configuration.  The Name Resolution Policy Table (NRPT) is a pivotal function included in the Windows 7 and 2008 R2 onwards that provides […]

Getting IP-HTTPS error code 0x4BE?

Hello fellow DirectAccess admins!  Sorry for the lack of posts in the past couple of weeks, I’ve been out on holiday and just getting ramped back up today.  For today’s posting, we are going to cover the reason for IP-HTTPS error code 0x4BE.  One of my fellow co-workers filled me in with details on this […]