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Stewart

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Hi, I have a VPN problem that hopefully someone here can help me out with.

We have 2 PCs on the LAN with shared resources, all of the PCs on the LAN can access these shares without a problem.

However, when connected to the LAN through VPN, both PCs can be pinged but only one of the PC’s shares can be accessed. When attempting to connect to the other PC, windows has a long think and comes back with the message “The network path was not found”.

I am attempting to access both PCs via their IP address, both PC’s network connections are configured with DHCP, and there are no notes in the WRF logs regarding blocked traffic or VPN problems.

Does anyone know what might be preventing access through the VPN?
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nader1973

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I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM I CAN PING MY ENTIRE NETWORK PC'S BUT I CAN'T BROWSE ANY CLIENT PC OR USE SHARE RESOURCE

ANY IDEA

REGARDS

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