|Our company is using GlobalProtect to provide remote domain access for people working from home.
I have valid credentials for connecting to the VPN portal, and valid credentials for the two company domains.
When the VPN connection is active, I can ping almost any resource by name or IP, but when I attempt, say, to map a drive to a ping-able server, I am unable to do so.
I asked the IT guy for help, and when he disabled some Hyper-V network adapters on spec, I was suddenly able to map a drive. Joy in mudville.
BUT the next day, I believe that after I launched the Hyper-V manager, I suddenly lost the ability to map once more. I tried disabling those Hyper-V network adapters again, but no joy in mudville this time.
Granted, I may have done something else to put my setup in that state, but I obviously can't tell you what.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
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