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    Getting error while starting SSTP service in windows 7

    I am facing some issues with my SSTP services. I have checked my Telephony Service which works fine but whenever I try to start SSTP service, I get an error "The Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol Service service on Local Computer started and then stopped. Some services stop automatically if they are not in use by other services or programs.". Do you know how to resolve this issue?



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    Re: Getting error while starting SSTP service in windows 7




    hye friends---

    @ dear first go to start of window

    @ now select the run option

    @ my dear type here " devmgmt.msc"

    @ now press enter to launch the program

    @ now go to expand the Network Adapter

    @ my dear now select your WAN Miniport

    @ now uninstall this program from your window

    @ after it restart your pc

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    Re: Getting error while starting SSTP service in windows 7

    hii

    first of all i dont think this error is due to some virus in your computer but it looks like some type of registry issue...
    Try to import the registry in the computer's safe mode...
    I am sure when you start the computer it will work fine after that but if the same problem occurrs again then you may need to do upgrade of your system or format it ..

    thanks

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    Re: Getting error while starting SSTP service in windows 7




    dear friend,

    It might be any virus issue.

    Check your full system with a good quality antivirus & take actions to the bad sectors.

    Perform full system scan once through command prompt.

    Follow these steps to do that-

    Click on the Start button.
    Type
    CMD in the search field & press enter.
    Command prompt will open.
    Type
    sfc /scannow in the command prompt & press enter.
    It'll replace all the corrupted file in your system with the proper files.

    You can also check for the error by removing Remote Access Connection Manager from the registry editor.

    Hope these will help you a lot.

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