You shouldn't have had to go through all of that. The installer script does
exactly what you typed in by hand. Did you verify that cipsrvr.exe existed in
Winnt\system32 before you copied it ?
Unfortunately, just like in Win2K, on some installs, the service is unable to
run when Windows tries to start it because of some service dependency that
I've been unable to fathom. As a consequence, I may switch the installed mode
to manual and then start it from the Run key in the registry instead.
On Sunday 02 February 2003 05:21 am, cipe-l,AT,sekasoft,DOT,com wrote:
> In my case, when I installed Cipe in usual way (as it should be done in
> Windows 2000), cipe didn't work. I noticed, that there're no service "DKW
> Heavy Industries VPN Adapter. Service" in services in WinXP.
> So I uninstalled "CIPE VPN Adapter" from devices. Then I did the
> copy cipsrvr.exe %windir%\system32
> cd %windir%\system32
> cipsrvr.exe install
> Then I installed "CIPE VPN Adapter" like it should be done in Windows 2000
> (see CIPE-Win32 v2.0-pre15 README).
> After configuring everything, I started service "DKW Heavy Industries VPN
> Adapter. Service" in Windows XP services.
> After that I tested the connection - everything worked.
> Also later I changed "DKW Heavy Industries VPN Adapter. Service" in
> services to manual startup, because it doesnt start correctly after system
> restart the startup option is "automatically" in service "DKW Heavy
> Industries VPN Adapter. Service". But starting this sercvice manually
> works normally.
> Ramunas Berulis