How to Make Internal DNS Resolve over VPN In Windows XP
Open control panel, Network Connections
Click Advanced, Advanced Settings
Change the order of Connections
- Remote Access
- Local Area Connection
- Wireless Connection
Disconnect any open VPN connections and Reconnect them for the change to take effect.
This would be the end, except for the bug in Windows XP that ignores the connection order for remote connections. To fix this issue, follow the instructions in this link:
Basically, locate the key:
and cut and paste DeviceNdisWanIp to the top of the list.
You need to restart your vpn connection for it to work.
From the article:
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To work around this problem, edit the registry to move the Remote Access Services connection to the top of the binding order:
- Click Start, click Run, type regedit32 in the Open box, and then click OK.
- Click the following registry subkey:
- In the right pane, double-click Bind.
- In the Value data box, select the “DeviceNdisWanIp” item, press CTRL+X, click the top of the list of devices, and then press CTRL+V.
- Click OK, and then quit Registry Editor.