I have a user who logs into Netware like any other user but then has
to
launch a RSA SecurID software package that connects them to a VPN to
run
an application wich also works fine. The problem is when this user
tries
to access the Internet using authentication through our Bordermanager

server using client trust it just spins its wheels. If I close the VPN

client, it works fine, or if I turn off client trust and give them a packet filter out through the firewall it works fine. Now I think the
VPN
policy binds to the network adapter and I know that Client Trust binds
to
the network adapter, so I guess my question is...is this problem what
I
think it is...Sort of like in a Terminal Server session..only one
session
can have Client trust bound at any given time and that there are
conflicting "policies" trying to bind to the NIC. Also and is there a
way
around this? One other thing...The VPN client software has nothing to
do
with Netware or Bordermanager. Any thoughts would be great.

Thanks
Shawn