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is it possible to communicate between a IP of private and public network via remote desktop.if yes how and if no what is possible solution for that.
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...
I have setup an corporate extranet using a basic website I made in html. I setup security so when someone accesses it, they have to use their Active Directory account to login in to the web page. It is simple. Just as it is default in IIS6, a window pops up asking for username and password. I...