F5 VPN Download of the specified resource has failed

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Windows Server 2007
I am getting this error : "The Download of the specified resource has failed" when I am trying to connect from home. What could be possible reasons for this? I am successfully able to connect using a website for remote connection provided by my company but unable to connect using clientless F5 VPN due to the above mentioned error.

Software/Hardware used:
Windoes 2007, Internet Explorer 8
ASKED: January 7, 2011  11:10 PM
UPDATED: May 4, 2011  3:38 PM

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If you can access the compnay files via web browser, then why do you need the VPN? and is your companies server/router/firewall set up for VPN?

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  • Lss
    Bump this up. Does anyone know the answer...??? I am get the same error after using the VPN without any problems for several months...
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  • Sangdev
    I had this error "The Download of the specified resource has failed"...but its resolved now...All I had to do was uncheck the boxes for "TLS 1.0", "TLS 1.1" and "TLS 1.2" in Advanced tab of Internet Options.
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