I have a small home network which has 3 computers inlcuding my main computer, my laptop and a printer on it. I need to use a vpn when I connect to my university's wireless network on my laptop. Since installing the vpn client (cisco), when I am at home I can still connect to the internet and I can see my home network but when I try and connect to my printer or a network drive from my laptop or to my laptop from my main computer I get the following error message:
cat1 is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator yada yada yada
If I uninstall the vpn client I am still unable to connect to my home network but if I do a system restore to before the vpn client install I can connect again without any trouble.
Any ideas as to why this is happening and how I can set up so that I am not constantly having to run system restore (which I would like to turn off) and then re-installing the vpn client?
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