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DirectAccess IP-HTTPS Error 0x2af9

Posted by robd on October 26, 2017
Direct Access, powershell, Server / No Comments

My Windows 10 client wouldn’t connect to our Direct Access severs today, kept just getting Connecting

So to troubleshoot I’d recommend:

Checking your internet connection:

Now its worth running some PowerShell commands to get the actual error:

This likeley means your proxy is in the way of your connection.

Check the settings:

Get-NetIPHttpsConfiguration

Double check your internet connection

Test-NetConnection

I think its time to check the proxy settings:

Check if you can get to a website via IE and try via another browser such as Firefox.

If you cant then check if your proxy is off:

Now check the windows 10 proxy and the Netsh proxy:

Windows 10, turn it off:

Check the netsh and then turn it off or reset it to IE:

When reset should look like this:

 

Failing that reset the IP Helper in services.msc or reboot:

 

The netsh settings fixed it for me, the reason I’d set it was to allow PowerShell out to the internet for Exchange 365 work.

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