I have a notebook running Windows 7 Ultimate that I use at home and at my office. The notebook is a member of the domain at my office and of course I login to the domain with my user's account. I have a completely different domain at home. There is a Cisco PIX 501 firewall at my house that is configured to allow L2TP VPN connections. I have the notebook configured as a VPN client using the native Windows 7 VPN. I have no problem connecting to my home network through the VPN. Within seconds after connecting through the VPN to the home network, my user Active Directory account in the domain at the office becomes locked-out as if I had entered an invalid password several times.
The domain controllers at both the office and home are running Windows Server 2003.
Prior to Windows 7, my notebook was running Windows XP Professional. I had no lockout problems when running Windows XP. The lockout problem was first noticed after moving the notebook to Windows 7.
Any thoughts or help on how to prevent the lockout would be greatly appreciated!