Connecting to servers on private network after VPN connection completed

10 pts.
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DNS server
Private networks
Server management
VPN
Windows Server 2003
WINS server
WINS server IP addresses
I can connect to a private network using my VPN client. I get a private network IP address. I am not given a private network default gateway, but it know the DNS server and WINS server IP addresses. I cannot ping either DNS or WINS or any of my servers. I'm running on a Windows Server 2003 box with SP2 applied. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
ASKED: January 15, 2009  8:08 PM
UPDATED: January 22, 2009  6:01 PM

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  • Vnoome
    A few questions: What VPN client are you using? Is your VPN host/gateway your Windows 2003 SP 2 server??? Give more info on the Windows BOX....i.e. is it the DHCP server, DNS server, Wins...etc...
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