-- to enable the vpn client to connect to KWF --
name: VPN service
source: Internet Interfaces
service: kerio VPN
-- to allow a vpn client to use resources in the lan --
name: vpn clients to lan
source: vpn clients
dest: Trusted/Local Interfaces
* The Kerio Control Server is behind an ADSL router. I have configured the Kerio Control Server Machine as the DMZ in the ADSL router.
* Kerio Control Server is joined to a Windows Server 2012 domain.
*Kerio Control Server is the default Gateway,DNS Server and DHCP Server for all computers on the domain.
* VPN Client is connected with a domain user with all privileges to the shared folders on the file servers.
* I can connect to the VPN Server from a Windows 8 machine with the Kerio VPN Client. I can Ping the LAN Computers without any problem (via ip or hostname). However I am unable to access shared folders on the file servers.
I even tried this:
net use x: \\server\share secretpassword /user:server\john
Windows error message states that "The operation cannot be performed because the user has not been authenticated."
[Updated on: Thu, 22 May 2014 22:48]
Try using the IP Address for the Server, as the NetBIOS name is likely not resolving. The only way I have achieved what you are attempting is with a Site to Site VPN with a DNS Server and Domain Controller at both ends. However I have used a netuse command with the IP Address of the server and made the connection. You will however be prompted for the credentials as Windows does not match up the IP Address credentials to the NetBIOS name.
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