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Cannot Map Drive across VPN

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I have an ASA 5505 at my host site and I have a client at home who makes a VPN connection to the ASA. The remote user is unable to map drives across their VPN. The user can ping the server just fine. I have tried connecting by name and IP still no go.

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Did you make sure that your user has all security privileges?

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