On the first run StrongVPN Client will ask you to install the additional network adapter driver. This is obligatory, the VPN connection will not work without it.Click ' Install' button to complete the procedure.Once done you will see the StrongVPN Client application window.If you have several accounts you can choose package for connection. You can also choose the server location and the VPN protocol.
Please note: If you change the location using the second drop down box it will change the server. Once you have changed it, you need to reconfigure all the devices that are using the same package (if they don't have StrongVPN Client).Also, it will change the IP address that you're obtaining when connect the VPN.Click ' Connect' button to connect the VPN. Disconnect the VPN if you are connected.2. Click on ' Change Location' in the StrongVPN client window.3. Wait for window to load data from our Customer Area, then choose ' By server (Manual)' and click ' Next ' button.4.
For the ' Type' you can select ' PPTP' or ' Open' (for OpenVPN) from the dropdown list, also select your desired country and city.5. In the appeared list choose the server by clicking on it and then click ' Next ' button.6. Finally click ' Switch' button to apply the server change. If you see the ' Exiting due to fatal error' message with ' OpenVPN UDP' or ' OpenVPN TCP' connection types, that is the problem with the TAP driver signatures on your Windows system (affects some Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 builds).There are several ways to fix that issue, they are provided in the order of complexity:1. If you don't specially need OpenVPN connection type, you can use PPTP VPN server.1.1. Click ' Change Location' in the StrongVPN Client application window.1.2. Select ' By server (Manual)', click ' Next '.1.3.
For the ' Type' select ' PPTP' from the dropdown list, also select your desired country and city.In the appeared list choose the server by clicking on it and then click ' Next ' button.1.4. Click ' Switch' button after that.Now you can connect ' PPTP', ' L2TP' or ' SSTP' connection type.2. If you need the OpenVPN connection type and StrongVPN Client application to work together, you need to put the Windows system into the test mode.2.1. Right click on the ' Start' button (botton left of the screen with the Windows logo) and select ' Command Promt (Admin)'.2.2. If you see the User Account Control warning, click ' Yes'.2.3.
In the appeared window type ' bcdedit -set testsigning on' (without quotes) and hit Enter.2.4.1. If you see ' The operation completed successfully.' Restart the system and try to connect the StrongVPN Client application again.2.4.2. If you see this output:'An error has occurred setting the element data.The value is protected by Secure Boot policy and cannot be modified or deleted.'
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Then you should turn off ' Secure Boot' in your Bios and run the command again.Here is an official document from Microsoft:It should look like this depending on your Bios:Then run the command from earlier again and restart the system.
The log files are created in STAPLOGS. In v9.5 and above, once completed they are sent to the collector in /var/log/guard/stapdiagnostic directory which can be accessed via.In v9.1 the files are sent to /var/gimfileuploaddir. However this directory can not be accessed via fileserver. To overcome this problem a patch has been produced which moves the files to /var/log/guard/stapdiagnostic directory.Patch v9.0p319:-Please ensure thatis installed as a pre-requisiteThe latest GPU and Ad-Hoc patches can be found inHistorically - earlier Guardium versions, windows, debug files will be located in STAPHOME/TempSnapshot/ with a filename like debugFeb252009105959.txt.For Unix. V9 and higher S-TAPs/tmp/diag.tar.gzv8.2 S-TAP/tmp/guardstap.stderr.txtDebug files will be located in the /tmp directory of the DB Server machine with the following filenamesIf connectivity exists between the STAP and Collector, the file can also be downloaded via fileserver on the Collector Appliancefrom cli run fileserver -then from the browser - in logs navigate toopt-ibm-guardium-logstapdiagnostic/The diag file should be available thereMore information can be found by clicking the question mark indicator in the top right of the IBM Guardium GUI window.