I'm having issues with my routing and remote access server. I can VPN to it fine and once I've connected I can ping anything within my internal network. I can also use VNC or Remote desktop and control any machine on my network. All fine and dandy so far. But for some reason when I try to map a network drive using net use command I get system error 5 access is denied. I don't have a clue why. I even created a share on a test folder with EVERYONE having full control just to see if it was a permissions issue. What am I not thinking of here? I'm not sure where to go or even what information I should be typing out right now for y'all to help me. Anyone got any ideas?
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