Troubleshooting DirectAccess Problems
Published: November 18, 2009
Updated: November 18, 2009
Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2
Problems with DirectAccess typically fall into the following categories:
Problems successfully running the DirectAccess Setup Wizard
You can resolve most of these types of problems by meeting the configuration requirements of either the DirectAccess server or the network infrastructure. See Problems with the DirectAccess Setup Wizard.
Problems with DirectAccess connections
You can resolve most of these types of problems by stepping through the General Methodology for Troubleshooting DirectAccess Connections. For additional information to troubleshoot specific types of DirectAccess connection problems, see Problems with DirectAccess Connections.
Problems with network location detection
See Fixing Issues with Network Location Detection.