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Feb
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Mar
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comment Remote Desktop Connection through VPN cannot see computers on network
No split tunnelling...
Mar
9
comment Remote Desktop Connection through VPN cannot see computers on network
Thanks Phil...Done my homework and now understand. Thanks.
Mar
9
accepted Remote Desktop Connection through VPN cannot see computers on network
Mar
8
comment Remote Desktop Connection through VPN cannot see computers on network
Thanks all...You have given me a good roadmap to get started fixing the problem. I have some homework to do before I get back to you but I think I understand what to do.
Mar
8
comment Remote Desktop Connection through VPN cannot see computers on network
Afte I VPN in I use windows explorer and look at my network connections. I can only see my local connections. I would have expected to see computers/devices that are on my work local network throught the VPN. I do believe it is a netbios issue. I set up the server myself and I believe I do not have a fully operational DNS/WINS/NETBIOS system up and running. I definitly don't have a DNS running and I have never set up any of the netbios configurations. Comments are welcome but let me go do some reading on netbios.
Mar
8
asked Remote Desktop Connection through VPN cannot see computers on network
Nov
6
comment Cannot access server shares via VPN
I am using Windows Server 2008 R2 as my VPN termination point. When I remotely desktop connection into the server I can see that the VPN client connection is successful. I am using statically assigned ip addresses for VPN clients. I checked my server share properties and everything looks ok. I checked the firewall properties and they are ok too. I turned off the firewall but still could not accessedmthe shared files. The error I get is "Windows cannot access "\\pbpmwinserver01\server shares" In the details I get "Error code 0x80070035, The networkd path was not found".
Nov
5
asked Cannot access server shares via VPN
Sep
30
accepted Windows Server 2008 Will Not Recognize External Modem
Sep
30
comment Windows Server 2008 Will Not Recognize External Modem
My BAD...I checked the cable and discovered that it is a null modem cable. I cannot answer my own question for 8 hours becouse I don't have enough ServerFault points so please no more answers required. I need to get a new cable. Thanks Chris S & joeqwerty.
Sep
30
asked Windows Server 2008 Will Not Recognize External Modem
Aug
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Aug
10
accepted Mysterious Network Client
Aug
10
comment Mysterious Network Client
Hello nocache, I was using RDC to access the server remotely. Thanks for the input. It looks like I am ok.
Aug
10
comment Mysterious Network Client
Hello Mark, actually I was using Remote Desktop to access the server. If tsclient is part of RDC then I guess I am ok.
Aug
10
comment Mysterious Network Client
This makes total sense since I was using remote desktop to access the server. I had just put together this server so I was concerned to see this unknown network client. Now that I know I will not change anything. Thanks for the input.