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RDP Across VLANS
I am trying to RDP to a server that is on a different internal subnet.
My networks are LAN-to-LAN (connected via IPSEC VPN tunnels with CISCO firewalls).
Basically, any computer in our domain can RDP to any other computer, regardless of what network they are in. Well at least that is how it has and should work. On my Windows 7 box, i can only connect to machines within my local network, not to any outside network. On any new XP machine i add to the domain, without ANY additional configuration I can RDP to any computer in the networks. This is a big concern for me and I need to know any minimum requirements needed to make this work (hardware/software wise) before even thinking about a future upgrade from XP.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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