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Hello all,

I am creating some custom VPN executables through the Connection Manager in Windows 2003 Server. I am able to create the connections with no problem and they all work fine. The only problem is that when the clients/users connect with the VPN connection, they cannot go out to their internet anymore. I know how to set this on a regular vpn connection you can create within XP, but that option is not there in a connection manager connection. Any ideas?
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You need to set the option to "Use default gateway on Remote network".

It isn't advisable to use split tunnelling and allow the client to get to the ISP for Internet or you risk the Internet having access to the tunnel and your network.

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