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All rights via VPN??

We have a Windows 2000 Server. It is a domaincontroller and has an Active Directory.

There are several groups. When we work in our local network, everythings works fine.
The users are only granted to view the maps they have access-rights to.

But when the same user makes a connection via VPN, he/she can see every share and even worse: delete everything etc...
They are not member of the administrator-group!

Help!!
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bkcpzh
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andydisCommented:
are you using windows VPN routing and remote access?

are you sure the dialupsuers group/ vpn griup you are using somehow hasnt got into the admin membership?

open AD > user + comps>  administrators group  >   members tab or member of
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bkcpzhAuthor Commented:
Yes I'm using Windows RAS

And no, they are not members of the administrators-group for sure!
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andydisCommented:
then the only explination i can give is that the LOCAL administrator password on the vpn clients pc's is the same as the server's admin password.???
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xrokCommented:
VPN Side, Log in as Windows Domain User
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