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I'm trying to use RDP on an VPN server (XP PRO). I can connect and authenticate just fine but when I have connected I still can't ping the same machine but I was issued an IP from it.
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not sure I understand.

You have XP Pro, and you are using RDP to connect to another machine ?

What machine ?
Where are you, and where is the other machine.

What connection do you have.

Details please.


I hope this helps !
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Normally RDP is one way, you can access a remote machine, but the remote can not access your machine !!!


I hope this helps !
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