authentacate to win2k server over vpn

Posted on 2004-08-05
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Last Modified: 2010-04-11
Hello all

            I hope this is a network question and not a os/sql one but here we go. I am usieng remote access over a von client. I can map and use outlook over the web into my home as if i was at work.
            We have an aplication that uses sql to connect it(sorry if i worded that wrong i know nothing of swl). now how it seems to work is sql checks if you are a valid network user then loges you into the database(application).
            the problem is seeing s i am at home i dont log into the network so i dont show up as a valid user and it does not send me a login box like outlook does.
 know there has to be a work around some where

Question by:briankeegan
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hstiles earned 2000 total points
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are you using the same username and ID on your home PC as work?  Try that.

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ID: 11735274
ok i will try that tonight thanks

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ID: 11735288
oh ya it "sees" that is my machine name \id wont that mess it up as it normally wants to see my win2k domain\id?

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