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Windows 7 workstations that are joined to a Windows Server 2003 R2 domain are unable to access file shares after being moved to a remote location via a VPN. The workstations were previously on the ...
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Here is my setup: - win2003 server (ISA installed) with 3 NICs:   1) internal network   2) ISP 1 (default) network (DHCP enabled)   3) ISP 2 (backup) network (DHCP ...
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