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Connecting to XP and 2000 workstations thru VPN

Does Windows XP or 2000 have extra networking security?

When I connect to my Windows NT network using the VPN client. I have to enter my (Windows NT domain) user name and pasword to access the file servers. At this point, I can access file servers and workstations running 98 and 95. I can not access XP or 2000 workstations.

The XP and 2000 workstations require a user name and password. It will not take my Windows NT domain user name and pasword.

Any ideas?

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Re: Connecting to XP and 2000 workstations thru VPN

Its probably that your cached credentials is not the same as your domain credentials when you are using XP or 2000.

On the VPN client, try enabling start before logon, so that the VPN client starts as a service, when you

restart your computer, enabling you to authenticate to input your domain credentials on the Windows domain logon screen.

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