VPN to work is connected, but I still see my own desktop at home.

Posted on 2007-09-28
Last Modified: 2010-04-12
VPN to work is connected, but I still see my own desktop at home.
How do I connect to my machine at work.
Question by:MConville
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    Accepted Solution

    You can use a Remote DeskTop Connection. In XP,

    Or you can just Run \\computerName\sharename

    If you have shared a drive on that machine.


    Author Comment

    I hade to use the IP Addr to connect. Apparently I could not get DNS from where I logged in.
    Thanks for responding.
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    Expert Comment

    My pleasure. Good luck.


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