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Windows VPN

Discussion in 'Software' started by dmarsh, Aug 31, 2011.

  1. dmarsh

    dmarsh Terabyte Poster

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    Well I'm using the Windows built in VPN functionality in Windows 7 professional.

    There seem two ways of using it :-

    1. I can make the VPN shared and use the magic blue button on the windows login splash screen.

    2. I can login to the Workgroup / NTLM and then activate my VPN from network and sharing centre.

    In the first scenario I correctly get the normal kerberos tickets you get on a domain.

    In the second scenario I do not appear to get any kerberos tickets :-

    C:\Users\prog>klist

    Current LogonId is 0:0x113794
    Cached Tickets: (0)

    Can anyone explain what is going on in terms of the design, network, security etc ? What is the difference ? How does the second VPN present credentials and access resources if it has no ticket ?
     
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