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Hi
I have a W2K box connected via NIC1 to work domain which serves TCP/IP http access using login credentials. We have an XP box LAN connected to the W2K box NIC2 via ICS. All works well, the XP box can login to the work domain, and has access to all intranet resources. The problem is the XP box cannot access the internet, ie http. IE6 on the XP box asks for 'login to 192.168.0.1' ie. the W2K box, but no user/pass combo is accepted. After 3 tries IE6 on XP box gives a 407 Not Authorized error. The W2K box can access the internet normally.
I think this problem is because the W2K box is not passing user NTLM credentials onward to the upstream proxy server for authorization. Any ideas how to solve this problem?

Thanks, Cameron
 

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W2K server?

thx for tip.
W2K box is running W2K professional as a workstation with internet access via an upstream proxy (TCP/IP connected). Not sure of upstream box setup (not geographically local).
I'll try your suggestion and post back here soon

thanks

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more info needed

hello squashman

thx for the tip above.

I have activated RRAS in W2K professional and started the service. I can still ping the upstream proxy and the LAN [USB connected] machines in any direction. I still have access from the USB LAN machine to all intranet resources, but still no Internet access.
Settings are:
NIC1 - to upstream proxy via ethernet etc - 191.251.23.56 [work network settings]

NIC2 - to LAN machines via USB network adaptor - 192.168.0.1

LAN Win XP machine - static assigned 192.168.0.101


Question 1 : on the LAN machine (Win XP) trying to gain network access, in internet connection settings do i set 'automatically detect' or set up proxy address as 192.168.0.1?

Question 2: on th W2K pro machine (running RRAS) do I need to set up NAT or anything else to gain connectivity?

many thanks

cameron
 
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