What is the work around when NT logon script does not run
I have setup our VPN solution using Cisco 3000 Concentrator. It works fine for Windows 95/98.
I understand that NT is bit different. It does not run the logon script when user logs on. Plus every time I need to access a station after finding it, it ask me for a user name and password. What is the best way to run the script plus get rid of this anoying authentication request.
Re: What is the work around when NT logon script does not run
Okay, but don't you have to configur your computer to be part of Company's domain first. I mean when user will select the dial up option, their domain option will still point to the domain that it is part of.
Assume you are at home in your private network. Your computer is part of a domain called MyDom. Your company's domain is: CorpDom. Now when you login every day at home, you are loggin in to MyDom. After pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL you see MyDom in the list but no CorpDom. How does that work?
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