I have a server running SBS 2003 and client computers running XP that can connect to the VPN fine but cannot map any network drives. I get error 53 "network path was not found" when trying to map drives. This worked with the old server running SBS 2000. I have one user who can connect but she is not using a router. All others are using different routers. Seems to be a problem with the routers and new server operating system? Some users use Comcast, some AT&T.
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After setting up a router, find the network security…