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ISA 2006 vpn connection can't see shared folders

Hi,

I'm having a lot of trouble with a new ISA 2006 server.  Here's the configuration:

remote-office-client-computers -> ISA2006 -> site-to-site-vpn(pptp) -> ISA2004 -> main office -> file servers

The remote office client computers can't see the shares on the file servers even though they can ping them and they are all on the same domain.

I've got all-outgoing-protocols enabled on the site-to-site access rule in both directions.

Thanks for any help you can provide.
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Raj-GTSystems EngineerCommented:
Is this rule allowing "All Users" access to the remote site? Also, are you able to ping the server by just using the hostname?
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gateguardAuthor Commented:
Yes, the Internal-Remote access rule allows all users and all protocols to the remote site.  And in fact, I can remote desktop and ping any computer on the remote site, and do it by name, so it's not a name resolution issue.

It's a network-neighborhood/sharing issue.  I can't see any of the computers on the network and I can't access any of their shares, even though I can ping them all and rdt to them all by name.

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Raj-GTSystems EngineerCommented:
Firstly, make sure both your ISA Servers have all the updates installed.

Secondly, make sure there are no firewalls enabled on the client side and the file server side. This includes Windows Firewalls.

Thanks,
Raj
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gateguardAuthor Commented:
I found Symantec Endpoint Network Access control turned on.  I thought I'd turned that off.  That fixed the problem.  Thanks.
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