Re: Vista Network Location Awareness and DUN
"Remy" <Remy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> "Remy" wrote:
>> I have a client who is about to deploy Vista to its business and one
>> of its
>> legacy desktop apps is a client dialler which uses DUN to connect to
>> services. The application works but NLA kicks in upon connection. The
>> of the application can only select the PUBLIC profile and what we
>> would like
>> is to bypass this prompt in the first place since it can only lead to
>> confusion. I have had a look at the Firewall Policy and can't see
>> there which would allow us to say "whenever this DUN connection is
>> made" or
>> "whenever a remote interface is connected" apply the public profile
>> Given that the profile being assigned is the most restrictive I was
>> there would be a way to bypass the NLA prompt?
>> All thoughts gratefully received.
> Lots of messages without replies, seems like this isn't a particularly
You might have better luck in
microsoft.public.windows.vista.networking_sharing since this sounds like
it is as much of a networking issue as a security issue.
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