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3.3 How To - Software
•Intro (from World of Windows Networking, Shields Up (Steve Gibson), Symantec)
by graffixx Below are screen shots from 3 different OSes (Win98SE/ME/2K).
Windows 2000 Pro
- Right click "My Network Places"
- Choose "Properties"
- "Advanced" tab -> Advanced Settings
by graffixx - Windows XP Professional Sharing Disks /Folders
by graffixx - Windows XP Home Sharing Disks /Folders
by graffixx Check out NetSwitcher
by graffixx See Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - Q152104.
by graffixx Windows XP : Access control via Security.
by graffixx A network drive can be connected, sometimes called 'mapped' to your networked computers to allow the user to see it as if it were another partition on their computer. The following article explains how this is done.
HOW TO Connect and Disconnect a Network Drive in Windows XP
by DSmithLady edited by graffixx The instructions for enabling and disabling Internet Connection Firewall, and when it is necessary to do so can be found here »www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/pro/···/icf.asp.
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by TerryMiller edited by SYNACK What this does is enable a feature commonly known as Split Tunneling. This allows normal internet traffic, such as browsing the web or listening to a music/radio stream from your favorite station, to continue to use your internet connection, rather than the connection of the VPN. A note of caution though: Some IT departments do not want you to enable split tunneling, as it can decrease the security of the VPN to a certain degree, but that subject is out of the scope of this article. Please check with your IT Department before enabling Split Tunneling in a company environment.
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This FAQ entry assumes you will be using Microsoft's VPN Client built into Windows. These directions relate exactly to Windows XP.
- Browse to Network Connections
- Right click on the VPN connection and go to Properties
- Go to the Network Tab
- Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click on Properties.
- Click on Advanced
- Uncheck the box that says "Use Default Gateway on remote Network" (defaults to checked in XP)
thanx, it helped me very much. when I started SBS VPN, connection speed slowed down from 5Mbit to 350 Kbit. Now its OK.
by drew edited by SYNACK
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