I have a 3000 concentrator which I've configured to use the SSL VPN client authenticating off an AD 2003 server. The problem I have is authorization of resources for users that connect in. For example: a user can connect via SSL client remotely, but when they try to access mapped drives or restricted intranet pages it does not allow them to stating that a "domain controller" cannot be found. Can anyone shed light on this for me? Is AD authentication suppose to also provide authorization?
The concentrator will act as a proxy device between the user and share server. So on the concentrator you need to specify the Domain servers where the concentrator will authenticate in behalf of the user to access the share.
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