Neil:

On Tue, 01 January 2002, Neil Palmer wrote:

>
> OK - what's the trick ?  ;-)
>
> With CA/Express I can map network drives and do a CA Service Pack
> Check/Update fine on the local LAN, but connected over the Internet via my
> cable modem from home it's unable to map the drive,

The trick would be finding an Internet connection that somehow manages to allow 
Windows SMB type info to pass through. I suspect that'll be difficult. (And if 
you find your ISP allows it by default somehow, you probably want to change 
ISPs. Not to mention that your business firewall/router is probably not letting 
it through anyway.)

Tom Liotta


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