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VPN on RV082

VPN on RV082

VPN on RV082

(OP)
Heya people.

I have set up a IPSec VPN on my RV082 and everything works fine with my windows 7 clients. However, when I try to set it up on a Windows XP client, something wierd happens.

The tunnel creates ok and connects. Problem is the windows Xp machine cant access shared files and the windows 7 one can. In winXp the error message says its is impossible to find the domain controler. Now I've looked a bit onto the forums here and there & have disabled the firewall on the client winxp, to no avail.

I can ping the server but cant access it. When I try to access through \\xx.xx.xx.xx\datafolder I am asked for user-password information and the local user is denied (cant find domain controler).

How can I solve this? Anyone has any idea what's happenning? What is windows 7 doing that windows Xp does not do in this particular case?

Thanks for your answers. Im sure they will helpfull.

Grimwulf

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