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stevenlewis, scraig84, mikcr

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I need some heavy hitter support on this one. I just don't get what he's trying to say/do..

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Broadband/VPN/Q_20514376.html

Thanks!
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Maybe this?

So to confirm, you are connecting to the network thru the vpn and then using terminal services to run programs on the server?  If thats correct, terminal server users need the "log on locally" permission enabled for there account, plus whatever permissions the application likes.  If the vpn users just need to access the network shares, then dont use terminal services
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Thanks, beerman. Can you post in the other Q linked? It's not my problem so that asker will never see this...

I think he's confusing VPN access with Term services. You don't just automatically get the TS logon window when you make a VPN connection....

Cheers!
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Thanks for the help, Beerman.

It's MILLER TIME!!!
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>>>It's MILLER TIME!!!

Way ahead of you
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