unable to map network drives on the internal network
I am working remotely. We have OpenVPN installed and its connecting to the LAN. the tunnel is 10.0.0.0. I can ping all hosts on the internal network (192.168.1.0/24). I can make simple tcp/ip connections. For example, i can connect to pfsense admin and open vmware hosts.
However, I cannot browse that net work or map to any computers on the internal network. I would need to MAP in order to install a specific client/server application.
Any ideas to resolve this?
JKnott last edited by
You could use a domain controller.
hi @JKnott thanks for the reply.
Sorry for the trouble. How exactly is this accomplished? Do you have a reference? Perhaps a search term so i can google the steps.
I even tried the basic "net use" command and that did not work.
JKnott last edited by JKnott
A domain controller is something like Microsoft's Active Directory. It's what you log into and in turn, displays the available resources. A domain controller is typically used on large networks, such as in a business.
Also, there are a few ways to map a drive, but the easiest would be to go into the This PC folder and click on Map Network Drive. Select Map Network Drive and go from there.