I have found an issue with one of my clients PC's that prevents him from using network resources over the VPN tunnel.
Win XP SP2
VPN client - 5.0 (Newest download)
Novell - Client 4.91 SP4 for win 4.91.4
Panda AC 4.02.40
Ok here's what happens
I made a PCF file for a handful of users to connect in and be able to access 2 servers.
On the machine with the above information installed. It will connect to the VPN. Everything seems fine but if I RDP or ping access to the server it will not go. I then installed it on my machine and it works.
So I fully investigated the one PC that doesn't work. I noticed in the TCPIP stack of both the Ethernet card and the Cisco adaptor. There is a Novell client and a panda client.
Now if I uncheck one or the other it works. (I know there's posts about panda not working and the posts are 2 years old) It will work with just panda or Novell. When I check both it fails.
Now has anyone seen this issue with these two products installed on a machine with Cisco VPN.
Also, who should this go to, Novell, Panda or both?
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