3005AC and AD Authentication

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Mar 21st, 2007
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I have a 3005AC and an Active Directory 2003 domain. I can VPN in but it seems security credentials from the PC are not being sent over the VPN.

For instance, when I try to go to one of our servers shares, I have to enter my domain username and password to access. Another example is we use Dameware to remote control servers. I can either send the current logon credentials to authenticate or I can manually enter my username and password and send it. I always have to manually send my username and password.

Can anyone advise what I am doing wrong? I could live with it before, but now we have a new application what accesses an SQL database and it does not work over VPN as the credentials of the client are not sent.


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fmeetz Tue, 03/27/2007 - 12:14
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Following link may help you


keep in mind to choose "CISCO" instead of "RADIUS STANDARD" for path Administrative Tools > Internet Authentication Service and right-click on RADIUS Client to add a new RADIUS client. When you have typed the client information, click OK.


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