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How To Fix Juniper Vpn Error Nc.windows.app.23712 In Windows
nc.window.app 23711 error message « on: December 10, 2008, 05:53:16 am » I work for a large company but work from the network connect virtual adapter is not installed properly home via a satellite internet provider which is a bit slow but it is my only option. I recently purchased a new computer that runs Vista Home Premium at 64 bit. On my older computer running nc.windows.app.23712 windows 10 XP I had no problem logging into my companies VPN and accessing my e-mail account through Outlook. On the new computer I get the following message: nc.windows.app.23711System Log Message The Network Connect session terminated. Do you want to re-connect?Sometimes I can stay connected for hours and most times get dropped out within a few minutes. Then I hardly ever can stay logged in. I then have to us the companies web based outlook
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which doesnít have all the normal options of Outlook. Our tech support say that they donít support Vista and canít help so I went and found the following on the web. Can anyone point me in the correct direction to correct my problem?This is what I found to date but donít understand.nc.windows.app.23711System Log Message The Network Connect session terminated. Do you want to re-connect?Cause The Network Connect client disconnected from the secure gateway because theclientís routing table was altered.Action Click Yes to sign in to the secure gateway and launch Network Connect again. ClickNo to close the Network Connect client. Logged rdit Sr. Member Posts: 304 Karma: +0/-0 Re: nc.window.app 23711 error message « Reply #1 on: December 10, 2008, 06:17:55 am » the clients routing table gets changed by some applications, such as "bonjour", you could check if this is installed on your machine.QuoteBonjour changes the routes on your computer, which causes Network Connect to disconnect if NC is set to either ĎDisable Split Tunnelingí or ĎEnable Split Tunneling with Route Change Monitorí in the User Role.It is commonly installed with the following software: Apple applications including iTunes, iPhoto, and iChat All Adobe CS3 software Trillian Pro Flash Player 9 Gizmo Project You can read about Bonjour if you would like to know
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need NC for me to have remote access to my office PC whenever I am at home or away from my office. Recently, my HP nc6400 laptop failed to boot after due to corrupted system files, https://abuhawa.wordpress.com/tag/ncwindowsapp23711/ I have to send it to our IT Helpdesk to recover the PC. Once after I received the PC, I discovered that I had difficulty to connect to Juniper NC. The error message was: "The Network Connect session terminated. Do you want to re-connect?" "nc.windows.app.23711" This error message will pop-up after Juniper NC briefly get connected. After googling, I found the solution. The problem is actually caused by this program "mDNSResponder.exe" This program will be network connect installed when you install application e.g. Flash CS3, Apple iTunes and Bonjour. If you press Ctrl-Alt-Del and go to Task Manager and look at your processes then you will find a ‚ÄúmDNSResponder.exe‚ÄĚ service running after installing Flash CS3. Ending this process allows you to connect through Network Connect. You have to do this each time after login. For permanent solution, you might want to try this steps: Go to Start Menu > Run and type the network connect in ‚Äúservices.msc‚ÄĚ to open the services configuration panel. Look for a service with a name something like ‚ÄĚ##Id_String1.6844F930_1628_4223_B5CC_5BB94B879762##‚ÄĚ (I think the bit after the dot will change on each computer). To confirm it‚Äôs the correct service double click on it and look at the ‚ÄúPath to executable‚ÄĚ ‚Äď it should be ‚ÄúC:\Program Files\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exe‚ÄĚ. If it is then change the ‚ÄúStartup type‚ÄĚ to ‚Äúdisabled‚ÄĚ and press the ‚ÄúStop‚ÄĚ button. You should now be able to connect to your VPN. As far as I can tell, neither of these solutions have had a detrimental effect on my trial install of Flash so I think that they are safe changes to make but no guarantees! Hopefully the information will save someone the time it took me to find the answer. Credit to: Kelvinluck.com 03/05/2008 Posted by abuhawa | Windows XP troubleshootings | Apple iTunes Juniper Network Connect, Bonjour Juniper, Flash CS3 Network Connect, Juniper Network Connect, nc.windows.app.23711, Network Connect | 39 Comments abuhawa in person My Full Time jobs : Fight for the cause of Islam (not Islam Hadhari). My Part Time jobs : Instrument Engineer Interest : Gadgets (be it Pocket PC, UMPC, Laptop, GPS) I'm proud to be a muslim, and continue this journey in Allah's will and way. Married to a woman (wife, bestfriend, soul partner, organiser, consultant, private advisor, secretary, everything..),