RV042G - Access to remote application server over point to point VPN tunnel
I have two offices connected by a site to site VPN tunnel.
Site #1 is the main office with Windows Server 2003 configured as the DNS domain controller (FQDN.local), DHCP server (on ethernet2) for LAN clients, and application sharing. And I am using Active Directory for authentication and permissions.
Site #2 is a remote office with one workstation - Windows 7 Professional - that I want access to the server as a client with user privileges like those of the local clients at site #1.
The sites are linked using Cisco RV042G VPN routers with static IPs on the WAN port.
At site #1 the LAN DHCP is configured with a 192.168.n.0 subnet, and at site #2 the LAN DHCP is configured with a 192.168.n+1.0 subnet.
How do I get an authorized domain user on the workstation at site #2 to log on to the domain and access the shared applications on the server at site #1?
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