How can I make a Win XP SP3 computer sync its logon with a SBS 2011 server at a remote site without using a VPN?
I have a Windows XP computer at a remote site that is part of a Small Business Server 2011 domain. This computer was joined to the SBS 2011 domain in the main office and the user logged onto it there.
Now the user has moved to a remote office. While this remote office does have internet access, it doesn't have access to the SBS 2011 domain controller at the main office since there is no hardware or software VPN available.
I recently changed the user's Active directory password. While she is able to use this new password to logon to Outlook 2007 (which uses an Outlook Web Access connection), once she logged off of the Windows XP computer and then tried to log back on with her new password, she has been unable to log back on.
Is there any way that I can set a Windows XP computer to connect to the Server 2011 Small Business Server domain controller using some sort of web authentication (similar to OWA) which is being used for Outlook authentication?
I know that the easiest way of fixing this issue would be by implementing hardware VPN or a VPN connection from the windows XP computer to the Server 2011 for Small Business Server, but unfortunately neither option is available to me.
Please let me know how I can get the Windows XP computer to synchronize the users Active Directory domain password with the Server 2011 for Small Business Server.