Cannot Use Shared Internet Connection While Connected to a VPN
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 247431 - When you are using a shared Internet connection for a local area network (LAN) on a computer running Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and then establish a virtual private network (VPN) connection, the computers that are using the shared
connection can no longer connect to the Internet.
ICS May Not Function Properly with DNS or DHCP Server Services on the Same Computer
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 250603 - When you have a server running Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) or Dynamic DNS (DDNS), the Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) service may not function correctly or may cause some services to stop working. In addition, various
error may be displayed.
Internet Connection Sharing Does Not Allow Other Users to Connect After You Log Off
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 289648 - When a computer that is running Windows 2000 Professional activates Internet Connection Sharing (ICS), local area network (LAN) clients can use the shared connection as long as that computer has the original user logged on. After the user
logs off, the LAN clients can dial but cannot establish a
Internet Connection Sharing Generates Error Message When IP Address 192.168.0.1 Is Already in Use
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 241769 - When you try to enable Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) on your Windows 2000-based computer on a network, you may receive the following error
Internet Connection Sharing Problem with Multiple 3C905B Network Adapters
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 259336 - Access to your internal network may become slow when Internet Connection Sharing is enabled. This behavior can occur if the computer contains multiple 3Com PCI 3C905B network adapters all sharing the same
Internet Connection Sharing Settings Are Not Migrated When You Upgrade to Windows 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 269699 - After you upgrade from Microsoft Windows 98 Second Addition (SE) to Windows 2000, Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) no longer
Internet Connection Sharing Tab Is Not Removed when Network Adapter Is Removed
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 247417 - When you enable shared access on one dial-up network connection on a computer running Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, the Internet Connection Sharing tab appears on all dial-up network connections, regardless of whether you have
enabled shared access for the connections. When you remove the
adapter that is using the shared connection, the Properties
dialog box for the connection still displays the Internet
Connection Sharing tab.
Windows 2000 with Internet Connection Sharing or Network Address Translation Drops Packets
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 264883 - Client connections to resources that are made through a Windows 2000 host that is running Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) or Network Address Translation (NAT) may not work, but clients can ping the destination