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April 5, 2004 10:49:55 AM

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I have 40 sales people who dial in from different states.
The Dial Up configuration is as follows:

The remote users dials up to our modem pool which has only
a total of 8 simultaneous 28.8 connections. They then
logon on the our Windows NT 4.0 SP6 PDC server and should
connection automatically to our SQL database server that
resides on a Member server under the PDC server.

HOWEVER, some remote users succeed in dialing up to the
Remote Server PDC but don't connect to the SQL 7 member
server. I don't want to have to take extra steps to
create a Batch file that maps to the member server.

If you could help me to resolve this problem, I would
greatly appreciated it!!!

Thanks.
Anonymous
April 6, 2004 9:37:07 PM

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t is the error you are getting when the users try to connect to the SQL 7
member server?

Any event logs?

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- Manjari
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
"Phoenix" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:1897801c41b14$e0ca0b90$a101280a@phx.gbl...
> I have 40 sales people who dial in from different states.
> The Dial Up configuration is as follows:
>
> The remote users dials up to our modem pool which has only
> a total of 8 simultaneous 28.8 connections. They then
> logon on the our Windows NT 4.0 SP6 PDC server and should
> connection automatically to our SQL database server that
> resides on a Member server under the PDC server.
>
> HOWEVER, some remote users succeed in dialing up to the
> Remote Server PDC but don't connect to the SQL 7 member
> server. I don't want to have to take extra steps to
> create a Batch file that maps to the member server.
>
> If you could help me to resolve this problem, I would
> greatly appreciated it!!!
>
> Thanks.
April 6, 2004 9:37:08 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsnt.protocol.ras (More info?)

Manjari,

I had to make an incident call to Microsoft to resolve
this problem because the Sales people needed to get their
information download immediately. I learned that because
the remote users' laptop are local instead of join to the
Corp. Domain. Therefore in order for them to access the
SQL 7 member server in this Domain after they dial in I
needed to Add them as Local accounts in the member server.

Eveything is working great. I know I didn't give you much
time to respond, but very thanks for you response.

>-----Original Message-----
>t is the error you are getting when the users try to
connect to the SQL 7
>member server?
>
>Any event logs?
>
>--
>- Manjari
>This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
confers no rights.
>"Phoenix" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
>news:1897801c41b14$e0ca0b90$a101280a@phx.gbl...
>> I have 40 sales people who dial in from different
states.
>> The Dial Up configuration is as follows:
>>
>> The remote users dials up to our modem pool which has
only
>> a total of 8 simultaneous 28.8 connections. They then
>> logon on the our Windows NT 4.0 SP6 PDC server and
should
>> connection automatically to our SQL database server that
>> resides on a Member server under the PDC server.
>>
>> HOWEVER, some remote users succeed in dialing up to the
>> Remote Server PDC but don't connect to the SQL 7 member
>> server. I don't want to have to take extra steps to
>> create a Batch file that maps to the member server.
>>
>> If you could help me to resolve this problem, I would
>> greatly appreciated it!!!
>>
>> Thanks.
>
>
>.
>
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