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I just can't for the life of me remember. We were setting up IPSEC for a VPN along time ago and added IPSEC that has always caused 1091 1085 errors. We are not using it so I would like to remove it but cant find where.

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If it's a DC, it doesn't have local policies, so this has to be managed by a domain GPO.

You should find the GPO which is setting this and edit/disable/delete it.

Inside the GPO editor, you can find IPSec settings in Computer Settings -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> IP Security Policies.

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just dont remove any other possible IPSec policy you use internally^^ – MrTimpi Sep 3 '09 at 10:30
Thanks for the idea. But nothing is enabled there. Any other ideas? – Bernesto Sep 8 '09 at 3:15

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