Remote Site connectivity

By itdept ·
I am setting up a remote site using server 2003 R2 as a DC with DNS, DHCP, DFS and AD all running. I have ISA 2000 at our Main office and have set up routing and remote access between the 2 servers. Clients can connect to the internet and see files off of the new server but no computers or the new server can see files at the main office. I can ping any resource and get a response, but when I try to access a shared folder or DFS i get "The Network Path was not found". DFS is not replicating and the DFS root cannot be found. The main office can see the shared folders on the remote server.

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map by the ip address

by jdclyde In reply to Remote Site connectivity

when you go over a remote connection, most of the protocols are not "routable".

By mapping a drive, using the IP address, it should work just fine.

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by itdept In reply to Remote Site connectivity

I get the same message using the IP.

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can't see the forest through the trees

by jdclyde In reply to Remote Site connectivity

this is not a routing issue or a connectivity.

It has to be in your AD settings.

Sorry, but I am not an AD guy.

Good luck

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