I just recently installed a Cisco 3005 Series VPN. We currently have an NT domain at my main office. I use Windows XP Home edition at my home. I can connect to my office network thru the VPN tunnel. I can ping the machines on my office network. My problem is when I open up network neighborhood there is nothing there. Also when I use VNC, I have to put in an IP address instead of a machine name. We use WINS on our NT domain. Can anyone please help. Thanks.
On the VPN concentrator, under the users group, general tab, did you enable WINS and DNS? If no, add them (with server IPs) - this will enable WINS and DNS and will send this info (ie WINS server IP) to client.
One problem you might have is that Windows XP home edition can not participate in a domain. It is for workgroups only. Try the suggestion for configuring WINS in the TCP/IP properties, but if that doesn't work, you will have to use find machines by ip addresses.
Believe that you have not set up your WINS and DNS servers on the 3005 concentrator. The context on the concentrator is: Configuration | User Management | Groups. You should simply need to configure the General and IPSEC tabs.
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