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I'm trying to access a (work) network drive from home on my MacBook (v10.12.5).
I can successfully connect to the VPN (casa1.wfubmc.edu) using Cisco AnyConnect. The folder location I am trying to access is in "\\medctr\dfs\radsm1$\radmin" which I can't map to directly. I can't connect to "medctr" while off campus, even through the VPN (though I can connect to "medctr.ad.wfubmc.edu"). However, I pinged the server from an on-campus computer to get the IP address (172.16.5.238) and I can "Connect to Server" using it. Once the server connects and I put in my login credentials, I then mount the "DFS" drive and navigate to the folder "radsm1$."
But that folder is empty.
When I am on-campus and connected to the network directly, I can navigate to the folder and see its contents.