I'm not sure whether your problem applies only to remote access clients or to site-to-site tunnels. For remote access, make sure that the VPN Group definition contains the IP address of your Primary Domain Controller and/or WINS server. For either case, under VPN / Dynamic Tunnels, enable NetBIOS broadcast for your Local Security Gateway. With these settings configured correctly, you should be able to browse your private network, given the right Windows permissions. To learn more, see the VPN configuration tutorials at Symantec's website.
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