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ISA 2004 32-Bit XP Pro VPN Clients OK - 64-bit XP Pro Clients Connect, Limited Permissions Mapping

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32-bit clients can connect and copy files through the VPN to a target folder.  All good.

64-bit clients can connect and read files through the VPN to same target folder.  But does not have write access.

All permissions on the target folder target groups, and the groups all have read/write permissions.

Is there some way to enable 64-bit VPN clients to have same permissions to this folder as the 32-bit clients.

Again, all clients connect the same way, but 64-bit clients lose the assigned write permissions to the target folder.

Thanks in advance.
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