OS: Windows 2000 server w/AD
VPN: Microsoft VPN client authenticating against firewall
Desktop: Windows XP Pro (have also tried with Windows 2000 Pro)
I have set up a VPN account for a user. The VPN authenticates against the firewall (WatchGuard), then the user needs to login to the network using his network credentials (different from the VPN credentials). This user can connect to the firewall and establish a VPN connection. However, when aked for his network credentials, upon enteing them, the network connection is not made.
If I login after connecting as the user in question, I am able to successfully login to the network. If I use my VPN credentials, I can login to the network, but cannot log in as the user.
When I ook at the firewall logs, the VPN login is captured, but nothing beyond that until the disconnect. I have looked in the Event logs on the AD machines, and do not see the request being denied or even attempted, thogh the final error message will show saying the user does not have permission to login.
The VPN part is fine. The VPN is able to get others logged in, but not this one user. We have gone over his account several times, and compared it to thers who hae permission to VPN in. We have found no differences that might account for his being able to login. We are able to login as the user locally, from any workstation in house. We are at a loss as to how to resolve this issue.
Any input would be most welcome.
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