Kerio Vpn Client Windows 10

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While installing Kerio Control VPN client using Windows 10 OS, the installation fails with the following warning:. Failed to install VPN device driver. Command: Create. Action: UpdateDevice.

Result: 0x80070490, unspecified error. Windows 10 build 2004. Kerio Control VPN client 9.3.4.

  • 7zip app installed.
  • The latest Windows 10 version contains new Security policies regarding Driver signatures and Security.
  • For more information, please refer to Microsoft's article.
  • The current Kerio VPN driver is not compatible with Windows 10 May 2020 Update.

Configuring VPN Settings on the Client Windows 10 System

  1. It is causing the installation wizard to fail. The Engineering team released a new Beta version of Kerio Control VPN client that can be found in the attachments below.
  2. Navigate to the folder where the Kerio VPN installer was downloaded, i.e.Windows Temp folder - C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Temp\{D5A12C06-B51E-43F7-A1E9-5EF9FE8DFC80}Note: hash number will be different. Extract the Kerio VPN installation files using the 7-zip tool.
  3. Installation of VPN device driver failed.
  4. 0x800F0235, Failed to register device is displayed. This article describes how to properly configure Kerio Control and Windows VPN client using a preshared key (PSK).
  5. The following ports need to be allowed on the router, and forwarding needs to be enabled for them:. In Kerio Control Webadmin, navigate to Settings (Gear Icon) > Interfaces > VPN Server Properties.

Configuring Kerio Control

  1. Check the following options:Enable Kerio IPsec VPN ServerEnable Kerio VPN ServerUse certificate for clientsUse preshared key (also, you need to enter the key in the corresponding field)Enable MS-CHAP v2 authentication.
  2. Enable Kerio IPsec VPN Server. Enable Kerio VPN Server. Use certificate for clients.
  3. Use preshared key (also, you need to enter the key in the corresponding field). Enable MS-CHAP v2 authentication. Click OK, and navigate to the Traffic Rules menu. Ensure that the default rule named VPN Services exists and is active to allow VPN access. Navigate to the Users menu and ensure that the option User can connect using VPN is enabled for the corresponding user. Open Network & Internet Settings. Navigate to the VPN menu, and click Add a VPN Connection.
  4. Select the VPN connection you created and click the Connect button.
  5. Open Local Security Policy in Windows 10.From the Start menu, in the Search programs and files dialog, enter secpol.msc and press Enter.
  6. Expand Local Policies and click on the Security Options folder. On the right-hand side of the Local Security Policy window, locate and double-click on Network security: LAN Manager authentication level.