i had an hamachi vpn running between 2 LANs and i noticed something i couldnt explain:
If i instal hamachi on a Windows SBS Server, and it on a workstation belonging to another windows domain (2 independant LANs with hamachi running across the internet), i seem to be able to view the domain of the 2nd lan on some the workstations in the first domain. How is this possible if i havn't set up bridging on either machine? Is this just cosmetic in My Network places or would i be able to access the 2nd domain from a workstation in the first domain as standard?
On another note do connections to the SBS server via hamachi which is installed on it count as users in the sense that SBS doesnt allow more than 50/75, can i have a few extra hamachi users without the server flagging problems (would only be short term use)?