How do I configure Logmein Hamachi VPN so that Group policy can be updated on remote client?

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I then installed them in the remote locations and connected them to the DC with Hamachi. Setting up and configuring privoxy. For what we need it for, the free version will work just fine. When it wants a port number give it Experts Exchange Solution brought to you by Your issues matter to us. Archived This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. Create an account on Neowin to contribute and support the site.

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Windows Server Windows Server I have 2 remote clients which I first joined to the domain while on the LAN, made sure all resources were mapped and connected through Group Policy. I then installed them in the remote locations and connected them to the DC with Hamachi. Everything works- mapped drives, etc. If I try to log on a different domain user other than the one that I logged on while on the LAN then I get the message that no DC is available for authentication.

It appears as though the machine is using the local cached credentials to successfully map drives, but is not directly connected to the DC so that other users can log on or Group Policy changes can be updated. Is there a way to configure Hamachi so that these things can happen? Solutions Learn More Through Courses.

Experts Exchange Solution brought to you by Enjoy your complimentary solution view. Get every solution instantly with Premium. Start your 7-day free trial. I wear a lot of hats That is not possible with Hamachi. It is possible with some clients like Cisco or if you create a Windows VPN and follow the instruction in the link below: The other catch is if the computer goes into Hybernation it doesn't usually reconnect the Hamachi VPN so you need to reboot.

The problem with having a secondary DNS server, which is public, such as an ISP, is it will respond before your private DNS server and of course cannot resolve the name of your internal machines, such as the DC.

Hamachi should look after the routing. Provide remote users with secure access to specific computers on your network from any location, without modifying firewalls or network routers. Quickly and easily create a simple, virtual, mesh network that allows remote machines to directly connect to each other, thereby giving users basic network access to all the network resources they need. Control network access and usage, including password management, network authentication, network locking, and ongoing network membership.

Configure default settings for individual networks and clients, with support for full, restricted and minimal client interface modes. Easily create, manage and maintain virtual private networks from anywhere with LogMeIn Hamachi, a hosted VPN service, that extends secure LAN-like network connectivity to mobile users and distributed teams on-demand over the web. Free for Windows , Mac and Linux. You have got your own network and can access all the computers that are connected to it.

Just right-click the computer that you want to access and select Browse. You will see the shared files just like you do with computers on you LAN network. LogMeIn Hamachi has two great features. First, all connection are encrypted so you are safe. Second, it is transparent, meaning all technical stuff are done behind the scenes so no IP address, Gateway Address or DNS is required to be set.

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Hamachi is a free, virtual private network (VPN) that makes it insanely easy to set up secure connections between computers across the internet. That may sound really complicated, but basically it makes it so you can securely access any of your computers, anywhere in the world, as though you're on the same network. Hamachi is free for up to 5 computers in your network. If you run Hamachi as a service in unattended mode, you can choose from our subscription packages below. 1. Setup Hamachi VPN. First, you’ll need to set up Hamachi. Follow these steps to do so. Download Hamachi on your home PC (choosing ‘Hamachi Unmanaged’ mode) and install. LogMeIn will nag you at various points to sign-up for .