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I am logging into my company's network using the Cisco VPN client. I can see that I am connected but I cannot find any place to access my files in the actual network.

I do have the machine-name with me as well.

How do I get to the company files after the VPN is established?

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Did you make ping to the machine that are you trying to access? I yes and the ping is successful. If you are in a Windows network. Do you have privileges for write in the remote machine? – Ernesto Campohermoso Oct 19 '11 at 1:58
    
You need to RDP into your work system and then figure out the links. – Sathya Nov 5 '11 at 17:52
    
Go and ask your computer department, they configured your company's network and can tell you about how to access your files. – Jens Erat Nov 5 '11 at 18:01

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