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Paul1977

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#208835 1-Mar-2017 14:05
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I'm banging my head and can't find a solution.

 

Domain joined computer with both DCs on local network. Computer also sometimes connects to a remote site via an L2TP VPN using the built-in Windows client.

 

As soon as the VPN connects, Windows starts trying to use the credentials supplied for the VPN to access local network resources (instead of the domain credentials of the current login as it normally would).

 

It's doing this on both Windows 7 and Windows 10.

 

Has anyone come across this and found a solution?

 

Thanks

 

Paul

 

 

 

EDIT: In Credential Manager it shows the VPN credentials as "*Session" under "Windows Credentials".





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  #1728360 1-Mar-2017 15:42
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OK, turns out I just had to untick "Client for Microsoft Networks" in the VPN settings.

 

So obvious, so now I feel silly.


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  #1728362 1-Mar-2017 15:46
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Paul1977:

 

OK, turns out I just had to untick "Client for Microsoft Networks" in the VPN settings.

 

So obvious, so now I feel silly.

 

 

Pretend that you're a Linux person and thus had no clue.





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  #1728380 1-Mar-2017 16:51
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Spyware:

 

Paul1977:

 

OK, turns out I just had to untick "Client for Microsoft Networks" in the VPN settings.

 

So obvious, so now I feel silly.

 

 

Pretend that you're a Linux person and thus had no clue.

 

 

Actually, it looks like the above didn't fix it after all, not entirely anyway.




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  #1764477 14-Apr-2017 17:54

Is the remote site on a different domain? Your question doesn't seem very clear.

 

Have you tried removing it from the current domain - deleting the computer from the OU on the domian controller & rejoining it to the domain?


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