Tidy up Always on VPN Connections

We recently moved from a test to live implementation of Always on VPN, and moved our servers behind a load balancer, ratifying out profiles down to a single user and device tunnel. We found that deleting the old connections from Settings still left a bunch of stuff in the registry, so I came up with …

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Kemp Loadmaster Config for Windows Always on VPN with IKEv2

Like many of you out there, we were suddenly in a position where we needed to ramp up out remote connectivity to cope with the demand driven by Covid-19, after some research, we decided the easiest path was to build some more RAS servers and load-balance them with a pair of Kemp Loadmasters. We followed …

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Always on VPN – RAS service hangs with no errors in Event log

We hit a new issue this week, we were getting failed connections on our Always-on VPN RAS servers, and on checking the servers, it appeared the ras service had hung. No errors in the logs, existing clients dropped off and we couldn’t restart the service, a reboot was the only option. We tracked this down …

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Removing Always On VPN Tunnels

Recently, we were in a situation where we needed to remove some left over Always-on VPN user tunnels from a lot of Windows 10 machines. (We had duplicate profiles, and this was a tidy up exercise) The following scripts address this issue, it gets a list of all the VPN connections and then removes all …

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