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Vista and windows VPN

By cmenard01 ·
I have a vista machine that connects to a SBS server 2003. The vpn connects and I can ping all over the place. When I try to connect to a share, it tells me it doesnt exist or user rights. I am using an account with domain admin rights and the share has domain admins under security and permissions. I have adjusted the properties on the vista vpn connection not to use remote gateway and statically assigned the dns and wins ip. Thanks in advance

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Re: Vista and windows VPN

I do not have the same/simular system as you, but i do have a VPN system in place. It is called "WallCooler" and you can down load it here: hope this helps you. Oh it is free to use.

http://www.vedivi.com/

Please post back if you have anymore problems or questions.

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Use TCP for Kerberos

by robo_dev In reply to Vista and windows VPN

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/244474

Windows domain authentication uses UDP, which does not play well over a VPN since out-of-order packets or MTU size issues can lead to dropped packets. And with Kerberos, no-tickee=no-washee (some authentication humor).

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