Here are some easy steps to help you fix ipx/spx error 733 in Windows XP.
IPX/SPX or just a compatible CP reported error 733: Unable to connect to remote computer. You may need to set up logs on this fact machine. Click “Accept” to use the connection as is, or stay put to disconnect.”
I’m trying to access a VPN through Windows XP and it also connects to my Windows 2000 server and my Exchange server. For e-mail protection, I succeed when I boot through Windows 2000 Professional, since the VPN works exactly the same in Windows XP Box, the error message immediately appears.
“TCP/IP CP connected successfully”
“Error reported IPX/SPX or compatible CP 733, unable to connect to IT support computer on the network”
Indeed, what could be the problem, the configuration seems to be correct, do I need to configure drugs on my server???
I hope you all can help me solve this problem. Thank you EE member.
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VPN Error 733
VPN error 733
You only have two PCs, both have XP Windows Home Service Pack 2 installed.Both use 2Mb broadband, both have port 7 open. 1 is configured as a website and accepts incoming connections. Remote PC setup, can connect to the forum, but error 733 appears. “TCP/IP CP connected successfully. Error reported, compatible with IPX/SPX or 733. You may need to configure the protocols on the machine. Otherwise, you want to hang up to continue.”
The remote control connects to the internet computer, but no files can be intercepted and nothing happens in my network regions. When trying to add a netset, nothing is looked up.
Please help me.
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