Hmm, do you have an Intel Mac? That version won't work if it is, that's PPC only. You need version 4.9 for Intels. Let me try to find out exactly what version I have. I'll edit this later when I find out.peterh2o said:Apple Macintosh OS X (Darwin, Panther) VPN Client
(This is the VPN client software you will need)
* Recommended Production Version:
Mac OS X 4.7.00.0510-GUI-k9 File size: 12,304,384
Release Date: Aug 3, 2005
That's the version I downloaded from my school's website as I still have access to software through them. Is this the wrong version as well?
dynamicv said:One thing I've thought of, are you connecting to your work PC using it's machine name? If so, you need to remember that your Mac is not part of the Windows domain at work, so you will have to add the suffix for the domain to get the correct DNS resolution.
That format won't work away from the Microsoft way of doing things. For DNS resolution, you need to enter the "Fully Qualified Domain Name" for the computer, which is written in the formatpeterh2o said:That didn't seem to work...Domainname\compname...Am I going to have to resort to bootcamp or parallels?
I just need to be able to access my work comp in case something comes up when I'm out, ie outlook/email, network drives, proxying into other comps in the office, etc.Sesshi said:By remoting, what are you trying to do?
Have you enabled SMB/CIFS within Directory Access on the Mac?