This issue can occur if one of the following
conditions is true:
||The computer is not joined to a
Microsoft Windows domain. For example, you
establish a VPN connection from a home computer
to the corporate network.
||The computer is configured to
use TCP/IP version 6 (TCP/IPv6). Additionally,
TCP/IP version 4 (TCP/IPv4) is not installed on
the computer or is not enabled on the VPN
||TCP/IPv4 is installed on the
computer. But a Domain Name System (DNS) suffix
cannot be obtained for the TCP/IPv4 address.
This issue occurs because Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol version 6 (DHCPv6) does not support
connection-specific DNS suffixes. Therefore, DNS
suffixes must be configured by using TCP/IPv4,
either manually or automatically.
Resolutions: 1. Use WINS server for the VPN name
2. Manually configure the DNS suffix for the
TCP/IPv4 address in the VPN connection. To do this,
follow these steps:
then click Properties.
Manage network connections.
|3) Right-click the VPN connection
that you want to configure, and then click
|4) If you are prompted to
confirm that you want to continue, click
|5) In the
This connection uses the following items
box on the Networking
tab, click Internet
Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), and then
Advanced, and then click the
|7) Specify the DNS suffix for the
connection, and then click
OK three times.
3. Download Microsoft hotfix:
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corporate network through a Remote
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