Server to SSL VPN client computer
Hi, on my estate we have a watchguard m270 (soon to be replaced with a M470) and I am getting various issues, one of which is that from my application server (or even the DC for that matter) I can ping my laptop when it is connected over the SSL VPN, but I cannot UNC to it's hard drive, despite being a domain administrator with pretty much permissions to everything.
Just to be sure I also tried enabling Netbios in my laptop network adaptor's advanced properties and I created a local share on my machine, gave everyone full control and I cannot access this either, so this definitely seems to be some sort of routing/vpn issue.
For information, I can do this in reverse - browse the Server's unc path in windows explorer on my laptop.
In the firebox policy manager I tried creating a new policy with the Any policy type, from the server IP address and the to being my laptop's current IP whilst connected to the VPN.
Being new to administering Watchguard products, I'm not sure if I have to do anything to refresh the policy, but it says it's active in Policy manager so I'm assuming not, but on the server I still get a "windows cannot access \hostname\share" indicating that although echo requests are being responded to, UNC browsing is having none of it. So perhaps the problem isn't the firewall policies but the routing of traffic to the VPN clients?
Like I mentioned I'm new in my role and haven't dealt with Watchguard before so I'm not entirely sure where the problem lies!
Any ideas please?