I've browsed the group for about a week, and I didn't see a clear answer
to the problem.
I have a remote Win2K Pro workstation box that I'm attempting to connect
to the company network (NT 4.0 TCP/IP, no netware). I am able to dial up
to an external ISP logged on to my workstation. Then I VPN into the
company, with logging on through the company's domain. I am able to 'see'
computers on the corporate network through the "My Network Places" menu,
but cannot access them. I get a name/password is invalid dialog box.
The is listed as belonging to the corporate domain, and I am able to login
to the company network and access services (DNS queries go through with no
Am I missing something here? Only way I can get remote access like this
working is to log on to the computer (at the beginning) using a dial-up
connection to the company domain. This is kludgy at best. There's got to
be something simple I've overlooked in setting up the vpn
TCP/IP, Client for MS networks, File and Print Sharing are
installed. Computer is listed as belonging to the remote domain (network
Any help would be greatly appreciated! I'm only an end-user, but my
company's IT department is scratching their heads on this one ("Uh, I
don;t know what's wrong, dude, but try reinstalling your OS.....").
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