Friday, January 13, 2012

Error 619 Solution in Easy Steps

While establishing a new connection to the Virtual Private Network Server, error 619 may suddenly occur. There can be different reasons behind it. This article is a detailed study that shows reasons behind this problem and several solutions used to fix it.
VPN Error 619


  • Restart the Client Computer
  • Antivirus or Firewall Program is Blocking Access to VPN Ports
  • Two or More VPN Clients are Running
  • Reset VPN Configuration Settings
  • Fix your Network Registry Settings

Download 619 Repair Tool 

Restart the Client Computer
Restarting the client computer is a standard repair procedure. Mostly it works to fix error 619. Do it and check whether the error appears or not.

Antivirus or Firewall Program is Blocking Access to VPN Ports
The antivirus and firewall program installed on your machine may be blocking access to the Virtual Private Network Ports. Try to disconnect both these programs to fix error 619.
  1. Right click your antivirus program, select Disable Protection or similar option.
  2. Click Start, select Control Panel | System and Security | Windows Firewall.
  3. On the left hand side, click Turn Windows Firewall On or Off.
  4. Select Turn Off Windows Firewall option from both the provided categories.
  5. Click OK | Close.

Two or More VPN Clients are Running
At a time, only one VPN Client should run so as to function properly. Otherwise concerning processes are interrupted with error 619.

In your case, make sure that only one VPN Client is running. If there are many VPN Clients, then stop them either from their Taskbar icons or using Services.msc.
  1. Click Start, select Run.
  2. Type Services.msc in the Open box.
  3. Press ENTER key of your key board.
  4. Right click a VPN Client and select Properties.
  5. In the new dialog, under General tab, select Startup Type => Disabled.
  6. In Services Status, click the Stop button.
  7. Click Apply | OK.
Reset VPN Configuration Settings
There can be issues with the VPN Configuration Settings. First delete them and then reset properly. The steps are provided below:
  1. Click Start, select Control Panel | Network and Internet | Network and Sharing Center.
  2. On the left side panel, click Change Adapter Settings.
  3. Right click the adapter displayed in the new page and select Delete. If there is only one adapter, the Delete option would be disabled.
  4. Now, set-up the VPN Settings appropriately by contacting the appropriate official.
Fix your Network Registry Settings
The registry settings are the most common reason behind error 619. You may be getting this error because the registry is modified in an unsystematic manner. Fix it using a Registry Cleaner such as RegInOut below and simply reboot the computer.



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