On the remote machines, what do you have the dns resolvers set to?
On 29/09/2008 17:59, "David Kitchens" <spider at webweaver dot com> wrote:
> Hello everyone, I've got a problem connecting to Exchange thru an ipsec vpn.
> I'm using 1.3b14 on both ends and the vpn is working fine. Remote office has
> 3 computers, main office has the SBS2003 server running as a DC. I first
> tried to join the 3 computers at the remote office to the domain itself, DNS
> is fully working, I can ping all main office machines by computer name and
> can get to the servers /connectcomputer webpage but when attempting to join
> I get an error about can't list users or computers. I manually joined the
> domain on one machine the old way, right click My Comp, join domain, and
> that worked fine but the logon was extremely slow. Discussing these
> limitations with the owner, we decided to leave the remote computers
> unjoined. I can map drives so those users can access the server and I can
> get to https://server/exchange to use OWA but the users want to use Outlook.
> When opening Outlook and attempting to configure the users account, I am
> getting "There was an error locating one of the items needed to complete the
> operation. It may have been deleted." I get this when entering the username
> and hitting Check Name. I have pass rules for all on both monowalls IPSEC
> Rules page. Can someone give me a clue what else I may need please? I've
> googled myself to death on this. I've tried setting a static route on the
> remote monowall to the other subnet but that hasn't seemed to help. I
> suspect that Outlook is trying to do something else that is getting blocked
> but nothing is showing in the logs of either monowall.
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