I have an SBS 2003 R2 box that sits behind a a firewall/router. The server and firewall/router have been setup to accept incoming VPN connections, and this works fine: Users can connect to the server via a VPN tunnel and are assigned a server generated IP address.
The server itself is a simple file server which allows Remote Desktop connections; each client has a username and password setup on the server to RD into, but we make no use of the fancier aspects such as active directory logins and so on.
However, users are complaining that they have to enter an IP address (the servers local address behind the firewall) in order to Remote Desktop into the server, rather than use the server's name. Can I configure this on the server to resolve the name "\myserver" to its IP address?