We are having a real problem with a Windows XP pro machine authenticating back to a Win2K server across a 1710 to 1710 VPN. Wins is in place across the network, and all the other Win machines authenticate fine. 98, ME, 2K all join the domain with no problem. When XP pro tries we get the following error:
"The semaphore time out period has expired"
Does anyone know of any specific problems with XP and domain auth. across a VPN ?
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My understanding is that Win XP does not have a client that works with 3des which I am assuming you are running. We saw the same prob and we are using DES instead of 3DES to solve that problem. Now XP authenticates unfortunately, lower security.
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