I am having a problem getting my VPN connected laptops to communicate correctly with my internal windows domain. They can't do things like change passwords or mount directories correctly. I am sure that there is an access list issue somewhere but I can't seem to find it.
I have a Cisco 6300 series running IOS 12.3. I have my VPN set up on int loopback4 which is on the 10.10.4.X network. From what I can see according to the interface there is no access list which is applied to it. My Windows server is on int fe0 which is the 10.10.1.X network. This interface does have an access list applied to the inside. I don't see anything on the interface which would restrict traffic to the 10.10.4.X traffic. I do have an a nonat access list applied to the outside of the external interface (int ser0) but that doesn't seem to be restricting any traffic relating to the 10.10.4.X network either.
Now add this to the fact that I have an access list called outsidein that I have to make changes to in order for certain programs to work, but which I can find no interfaces which have it listed. This means to me that somehow I am not seeing all of the active access lists and what interfaces they apply to. Therefore I am having a really rough time figuring out which access list I need to make changes to in order to open the VPN up to windows traffic.