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From: Chris Woodward (cwoodwardBANFI.COM)
Date: Mon Apr 23 2001 - 13:59:32 CDT
Install Client for Microsoft Networks....once installed double click on it
and check log on to windows NT domain and make sure you enter the correct
domain...click Quick Logon.
when you reboot enter your network password at work and then click ok.
You will ALWAYS get the no domain error...this is normal.
Now when your VPN activates, you will be authenticated to the network.
From: Dave Hellman [mailto:dhellman12HOTMAIL.COM]
Sent: Saturday, April 21, 2001 5:42 PM
Subject: VPN Authentication
I'm not sure if this is possible and was hoping someone could fill me in on
I am currently using third party software to access my corporate network
through a VPN connection. I want to be able to login to a domain as well.
Since the VPN is software and not the Microsoft VPN client, I'm not sure how
I can login to the domain. I know when using the Microsoft VPN client in the
past, I can open up dial-up networking and check the enable login box under
my VPN connection settings. Since I am using a third party software VPN, I
don't get an entry added to the Dial up Networking box. Is there a command
that can be run in DOS to enable authentication to an NT/2K server? Thanks
in advance for any help/advice.