This is an easy fix:
let me know if you need assistance and we can take it offline.
I have some users who create a VPN tunnel to the network when they travel. The VPN endpoint passes their VPN logon credentials to the domain IAS server (Internet Authentication Server) which then either allows the VPN router to connect them to the domain via VPN, or deny them access.
Once on the VPN, I need to have their machine run their standard Group Policies logon scripts - most of the logon scripts are standard VB drive mappings, some in loopback processing mode. (even if I could get just the user side GP setting applied it would be acceptable.)
Darren - if this is specifically addressed in one of your books, just tell me and I will go buy it (please reference a title, page number, and ISBN # there is a Barnes and Noble down the street) - Or if Jeremy Moskowitz is listening, I bought your book, tell me what to look under to find my solution. I'm not trying to freeload information - even if someone can give me some key words to Google for this I would be appreciative.
I need my end result to be that they get all their GP based mapped drives upon logging into the VPN. They get one set of mapped drives by default, but then get other mapped drives depending on what hardware they are on (pc or laptop) and these are the mapped drives that are passed down in loopback processing mode because laptops are in one OU, while pc's are in another.
I haven't seen a Microsoft method to run a script upon VPN connection to our network. I've looked at the "dial-in" tab in ADU&C, and also tried to see if there was a method to accomplish this with a connection policy in IAS. I feel as if I'm left having to create a WMI script that says something to the effect - if connected to a 15.15.15.x network then run this script at c:\scripts\vpnmappings.vbs
If all of this is absolutely impossible, then can someone tell me how to make a "persistent" mapped drive when using VBScript? My logons currently use a VB script but they are not persistently mapped.
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