We have remote users that connect to our Win2003 with a Cisco VPN client
windows login is turned on in the Cisco VPN options.
My remote clients will log onto the laptops in the field then connect the cisco VPN to authenticate to our co network. Problem is when they disconnect they just disconnect the VPN client and continue to use the laptop for other local use.
Problem here is there is no network logoff to ipconfig /release the DNS host A record that was dynamically entered when the remote client logged into the pix/Win2003. So what happens after (cisco client vpn disconnect) is I am left with a Host A record on the DNS server since there was no proper logoff.
Any ideas on what to do here so I can properly remove the host A record from the DNS before the VPN disconnect event happens? Is there another way to handle this suitation ?
Thanks in Advance