I'm hoping someone can shed some light on a subject for me.
I have a client with an SBS2003 that is performing flawlessly. I have
an internal website published that can be accessed on site by typing
http://intranet. They are on a 192.168.0.1 scheme. I can VPN into the
server through the firewall appliance (Fortigate 60 works great, btw)
and I can access the server. My home office network is on a
192.168.10.1 scheme, if that helps, so they are different.
If I type the http://servername into the browser, I can get to the
server home page. From there, I can click remote work place and
finally access the companyweb default home page. I can't access the
intranet set I've created, however. Page cannot be found.
If I just type http://companyweb, I get page cannot be displayed.
If I just type http://intranet, I get page cannot be displayed.
My laptop that I'm using is a member of my office domain, although I
logged in local, non domain mode.
Ideally, I'd like outside users to be able to access the internal
intranet for this client, and also use applications that are dependent
on data located on the server.
Does this post belong in another group?
Thanks for your help.