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I am trying to connect Softlayer's Array SSL VPN, but I am getting this error enter image description here

I un-installed all the recently installed program. I am using this for last 6 months and I haven't got any trouble connecting to it but today it is giving me this error. And this is my windows configuration. enter image description here

Can anyone help me with this problem or any work around it.

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You can disable having to use signed drivers.

Launch cmd.exe as an administrator and enter:

bcdedit.exe -set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS

bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING ON

Please note that this approach should be used with caution.

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I tried, but still getting the same error ... – Safran Ali Jan 28 '12 at 10:28
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If you want to turn off device driver signing in Windows 7 completely, do the following.

Hit the Win+R keys together to open the run dialog. Type gpedit.msc to open the local groups policy editor.

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Expand ‘Administrative Templates’ (it’s under ‘User Configuration’). Expand ‘System’. Click ‘Driver Installation’.

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In the right panel, double click on ‘Code Signing for Device Drivers’.

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Choose ‘Enabled’ in the window that appears. In the underlying options, choose ‘Ignore’. This disables drivers signing in Windows 7, and now you can install unsigned drivers in Windows 7.

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Click Apply, OK. Restart your computer to install unsigned drivers.

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The only option that might work in your situation will be to restart your OS and and to constantly press F8 key in order to get a safe boot prompt and to choose the second or third option that says "allow / (load) unsigned drivers". Once booted , try to do the task again and it should work.

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