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TCP Loopback Error

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TCP Loopback Error

I am trying to get my Juniper Secure Application Manager to work on a new laptop, with a 64-bit processor and Windows Vista. The firewall is disabled. It works well on my old laptop with Windows XP as the OS, also with the firewall disabled. When I run a diagnostics test, I get an error which says that the test loopback failed. It gives the cryptic reason ID of 114325. I don't have a manual, so have no idea what this means. For what it is worth, here is a snapshot of the debug report. Any thoughts as to why I can't set up a connection? Thanks.

'DNS:' Print all the Addresses
'DNS:' www.juniper.net IP: 207.17.137.229
'DNS:' Print all the Aliases
'DNS:' DNS Selef Test End:
'TCPLOOPBACK:' TCP Loopback connection status Begin
'TCPLOOPBACK:' ===========================================
'TCPLOOPBACK:' connect() succeeds on Loopback
'TCPLOOPBACK:' Accepted client: 127.0.0.1:50350
'TCPLOOPBACK:' TCP Loopback connection status End
'TCPLOOPBACK:' TCP Loopback connection status Begin
'TCPLOOPBACK:' ===========================================
'TCPLOOPBACK:' accept() failed: 10022
'TCPLOOPBACK:' Accepted client: 0.0.0.0:0
'TCPLOOPBACK:' connect() failed: 10061
'TCPLOOPBACK:' TCP Loopback connection status Begin
'TCPLOOPBACK:' ===========================================
'TCPLOOPBACK:' accept() failed: 10022
'TCPLOOPBACK:' Accepted client: 0.0.0.0:0
'TCPLOOPBACK:' connect() failed: 10061
'TCPLOOPBACK:' TCP Loopback connection status Begin
'TCPLOOPBACK:' ===========================================
'TCPLOOPBACK:' accept() failed: 10022
'TCPLOOPBACK:' Accepted client: 0.0.0.0:0
'TCPLOOPBACK:' connect() failed: 10061
'UDPCONNECT:' Connection Status to server 127.0.0.1 Begin
'UDPCONNECT:' ===========================================
'UDPCONNECT:' connect() succeeds for server: 127.0.0.1
'UDPCONNECT:' Connection Status to server 127.0.0.1 End

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firewall72_
Frequent Contributor

Re: TCP Loopback Error

Hi,

There is limited support for Vista 64-bit on most versions of firmware. What version are you running? I would first check your version and take a look at the release notes.

-John