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Remote Desktop To VPN Connected PC?

Posted on 2004-09-08
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I'm trying to get the following setup to work...

1. PC -A- with connection to cable Internet (w/ dynamic IP) through a Linksys router with port forwarding turned on for port 3389 or whatever Remote Desktop port is set to.

2. PC -B- at Starbucks on a Wifi internet , remote desktops into PC -A-

3. Everything is fine so far.

4. Once RD is established, I try to connect a VPN connection to my work place in that RD connection, from PC -A-.  But the Remote desktop conn closes, and from there I can't get back into PC -A- via RD.

5.  I tried changing the RD's port # but that didn't help.  

Any suggestions is appreciated.  

PS there's no way to change the VPN port since they are set at my work place.

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In PC A --

Go to the VPN connection that you are using right click chooes properties and on the network tab click TCP/IP then properties then on advance under the general Tab uncheck "use default gateway on remote network"

hope that helps.
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