I had a few options on where to post this question, but I picked windows 2000 to be the most relevant area since it is happening on a windows 2000 server AD domain.
The issue at hand here is that I just set up a VPN connection on a sonicwall TZ170. Finally got the sonicwall to hand out IP address information over the VPN from the AD server (runs DHCP, DNS, WINS), but when I go to browse the folders I get "The system detected a possible attempt to compromise security." (it's a bit longer than this but you get the point)
I've been reading that the error can be cause by DNS information for the ISP being loaded somewhere...but I can't figure out where it would be loaded? The server doesn't have it loaded into the DHCP configuration, but the DNS config has it in its forwarder area so internet access works.
I set up WINS but I'm not sure if I really needed to or not.
So the question is how do I get my Laptop that needs to VPN in stop getting the "The system detected a possible attempt to compromise security" when I browse network folders? It is XP SP2 professional all updated patches etc...