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Cisco VPN connection problem. I already tried COM+ settings

Hi there

I have a problem with an application i built using DI API that connects to Buiness One. We have a Cisco VPN to connect a remote agency. The application works fine at local network, but when we try to connect XP SP2 clients from the remote agency, the application stays at the oCompany.connect method, and doesn't reply any error message.

I have read all the topics in this forum about vpn add on connections, and i realized that there is a problem with COM+ in Windows 2003 SP 1 and WIN XP SP2 clients. I did all the settings suggested at this forum, but they just worked in Windows 2000 professional clients, instead of XP clients.

I would really appreciate if somebody could help me with this problem, cause I need to start working with Business One as soon as posible.

Thanks a lot!

The code that i use to connect to the company is:

g_objCompaniaCasaCambio = New Company

g_objCompaniaCasaCambio.UserName = strNombreUsuario

g_objCompaniaCasaCambio.Password = strContrasena

g_objCompaniaCasaCambio.Server = strServidor

g_objCompaniaCasaCambio.CompanyDB = strNombreBD

g_objCompaniaCasaCambio.UseTrusted =blnAutenticNT

intError = g_objCompaniaCasaCambio.Connect()

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 11:17 AM

    Hi Cesar.

    Try to recompile your project with the client OS.

    If W2000 doesn't work, install Visual Studio in a W2000 machine, and generate .exe

    HTH

    Juli

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