VPN user directory

Microsoft Windows small business server...
July 1, 2010 at 00:19:22
Specs: windows server 2003
I create an user "hunt" in active directory and allow him to dial in.
I got drives name C; D; E; F. I made a Folder name FOX in E drive.
The home directory in "D" drive.
What I required is when user dial VPN the only FOX folder open.
and if he tries to go any other place the message will appear "Access Denied".

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#1
July 1, 2010 at 08:28:25
User has to have two different accounts. One for regular logon and one for vpn if you want to differenciate between them.

There is no other way for the system to know how the user is physically accesing the server.


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#2
July 1, 2010 at 23:20:51
The user "hunt" accesing the server Over VPN he will made 1st dial Public IP and then come on the User Screen.
From there he will enter his user/passwd.
Req= When he entered into envoirenment and go into my computer there will be a drive "g" letter shown and he can save his data into this.
thanx for answering

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#3
July 2, 2010 at 23:15:43
wanderer can u help me plz; as I am stuck.
I want when user login he will directly to go into a assigned drive.
I already tried and shared a folder and give a full access right to user but when i test it failures occurred

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#4
July 4, 2010 at 08:19:43
A user getting a mapped drive has nothing to do with how they physically access the server [vpn].

I do not understand "user go directly to assigned drive".

The user has to be authenicated, run the logon script you created and then the user can go to the mapped drive.

If the user logs on the local network [not via vpn] does the logon script/ mapped drive work?


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#5
July 4, 2010 at 21:23:44
no its not worked.
I have got multiple issues .
when accessing user account the assigned folder is not accessing.

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#6
July 5, 2010 at 08:32:18
Get a windows 2003 book and follow the instructions for setting up accounts and managing their logons.

Walk before you try running.


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