Fix VPN Connectivity Issues on Endpoints
  • 26 Mar 2021
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Fix VPN Connectivity Issues on Endpoints

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If SecureCircle Agent cannot recognize the VPN adapter, the Agent may have trouble connecting to the SecureCircle server.

To prevent this on Windows Endpoints, you can chose one of 2 options.

Manually add a VPN adapter name into configuration INI file

  1. Open the fhagent.log file located in %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\SecureCircle\logs. It should have info about installed network adapters, like the example below.
2020-02-21;21:06:07.1;[15772];[0];I;Network Connectivity Check:1
2020-02-21;21:06:07.1;[15772];[0];I;Network Adapters:
"Microsoft Kernel Debug Network Adapter"
"Hyper-V Virtual Switch Extension Adapter"
"Hyper-V Virtual Ethernet Adapter"
"Intel(R) 82574L Gigabit Network Connection"
"Bluetooth Device (RFCOMM Protocol TDI)"
"Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network)"
"WAN Miniport (SSTP)"
"WAN Miniport (IKEv2)"
"WAN Miniport (L2TP)"
"WAN Miniport (PPTP)"
"WAN Miniport (PPPOE)"
"WAN Miniport (IP)"
"WAN Miniport (IPv6)"
"WAN Miniport (Network Monitor)"
"TAP-Windows Adapter V9"
2020-02-21;21:06:07.1;[15772];[0];I;Network VPN Adapters For Connectivity Check:TAP-Windows Adapter V9
  1. Find there name of your VPN adapter and add that name into
    C:\Program Files (x86)\SecureCircle\fhagent.ini
    Section [vpn]
    known_adapters=TAP-Windows Adapter V9

  2. Restart fhagent service.

Disable network connectivity check

  1. Open C:\Program Files (x86)\SecureCircle\fhagent.ini
  2. Change network_connectivity_check to false
  3. Restart fhagent service.

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