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Thread: Windows 2000 remote dial in access

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    Question Windows 2000 remote dial in access

    I have been trying to setup a remote access dial in connection for my windows 2000 computer at work. So far I have been able to logon to the work computer ok and are able to collect mail from an internal mail server. I also can ping various IP addresses on the network and get a response. But what I am having trouble with is mapping network drives to my computer. The network drives are shared folders on a NT4 PDC Server and are normally mapped to various drive letters. But for some reason if I try to map the drives on my home computer it does not work.

    Does anyone have any suggestions ?

    Work Computer
    OS: Windows 2000 Pro
    Incoming connection setup to allow incoming connections via the modem.
    User setup and enabled.

    Home Computer
    OS: Windows 2000 Pro
    Dial up connection setup for work number.

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