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daveyd

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I can make a Kerio VPN connection with no problem - and as the same server hosts email I can also check email remotely with no problem.

BUT - I can not map a network drive to another computer on the internal LAN remotely (can internally). I have tried it using the IP address for the other computer instead of the computer name and it still doesn't work. (Ex. \\10.0.1.25\shared)

What's weird is that I can ping the PC I am trying to map to with an IP number but not the name - but I can't map a drive either way.

Any suggestions??? IT seems this is either a firewall issue or a routing issue.

Thanks in advance.

[Updated on: Wed, 29 March 2006 16:46]

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winkelman

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Are the proper ports open between your VPN and the LAN?
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daveyd

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I believe so. I can map a drive to the server itself. Just not other computers.
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winkelman

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In KWF there is a distinction between connecting to and connecting through KWF. One could be allowed, without the other. So it could still be a Traffic Policy issue.

I've experienced not being able to use computer names ('//name/') when connected with KerioVPN, however, connecting to IP's works just fine (here at least).
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