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Old 17th July 2009, 01:58 AM
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Network manager "no valid vpn secrets" error

I tried to setup a vpnc connection in network manager, but it just keeps saying "no valid vpn secrets". I read a few solutions that said to not provide a password, then when it asks for the password click cancel, then after that everything should work. I tried that but it never asked for the password at all. When I get the "no valid secrets" error, I had completely filled out the passwords section in the configuration.

Anyone else have this problem?

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Old 17th July 2009, 09:06 PM
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Just a note: if I setup vpnc.conf manually and run 'sudo vpnc' everything works fine.
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