Try searching for a post from me detailing how to reduce the GPO ping size. I believe this will help
you in your quest. Also ensure the DNS entries on the client point to your Windows DNS server. Easy
way to do this if you're using DHCP on the m0n0 is to use your Windows DNS entries in the m0n0
general tab and untick the override box. This also helps with PPTP connections terminated at the
From: Marc R. Meshurle Jr. [mailto:MarcM at katotech dot com]
Sent: Fri 31/03/2006 20:44
To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: [m0n0wall] Authenticate Windows Client
Anyone experience or have a problem authenticating a windows client (XP PRO) to a Windows 2003
network? One behind a m0n0wall (where the Win2003 Svr is located) and the XP machine is behind a
Sonic TZ 170. The XP machine was configured on the LAN behind the m0n0, then taken to the field. It
logs in, but no network resources are available. Not sure if this is a routing problem, or something
I may have not checked in the m0n0 config.
Marc R. Meshurle, Jr.
Kato Technology Solutions, Inc.
Exton, PA. 19341
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