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By Dflo ·
I VPN from home (WIN2KPRO BOX) to my Network wich is NT 4.0 SP6a. I checked the "Include Windows Logon Domain" box for the client. I include the domain name on the logon dialog box. When i connect thru VPN all my logon allows me to do is connect. I cannot pass any credentials. To connect to any machine I have to supply local admin and password of that machine.

Why doesn't the VPN connection pass my logon credentials (token) as if I were physically at the network.

Thanks in advance for your help

-Danny

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by mayur In reply to VPN Domain Authentication

Hi,

First of all is the home computer a part of the network(domain) or is it in a workgroup ?
If it is the workgroup, add it to the corporate domain.
Second, If you happen to have shares on multiple servers, give permission to the account (the account you are using when connecting thru vpn).

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by jlawrence In reply to VPN Domain Authentication

also watch your vpn protocol, L2TP vs PPTP. NT4.0 doesn't support L2TP.

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