[OpenAFS] Problem with OpenAFS on Vista x86

Paul Accisano shiningmasamune@gmail.com
Sat, 03 Jan 2009 14:54:35 -0500

Christopher D. Clausen wrote:
> Paul Accisano <shiningmasamune@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Jeffrey Altman wrote:
>>> Paul Accisano wrote:
>>>> Finally, here's an extremely telling bit of information: not only
>>>> do I lose access to \\afs when I connect to VPN, but I also lose
>>>> access to all other comptuers on my network except the only other
>>>> one that's running Vista.  What's more, I don't regain access even
>>>> when I disconnect from VPN!  Rebooting seems to be the only cure
>>>> after I've connected to VPN once.  Unfortunately, this suggests to
>>>> me that it's some kind of Vista --><-- VPN conflict, which means
>>>> I'm getting outside of your area of expertise here...  Any ideas?
>>> Reconfigure the Cisco VPN entry for NJIT to permit access to the
>>> local area network.
>>  No change.  I was pretty excited when I saw that check box in the VPN
>> settings, but it doesn't seem to have any effect; I checked it,
>> rebooted, VPN'ed, and the same thing happened.  All my non-Vista
>> computers vanish, along with \\afs, and don't come back until I
>> reboot.
> What version of the Cisco VPN client are you using?
> What happens if you wait and start the OpenAFS client service after 
> you are connected to the VPN?  (Leave the OpenAFS service in the 
> "manual" state instead of "automatic" and then start it after you are 
> connected to the VPN.)
> <<CDC

Cisco VPN client is version

Starting to the OpenAFS service after VPN is connected does not seem to 
change anything.