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I can connect to my office using Cisco VPN / Remote Desktop.  Then on the office computer I want to use Cisco VPN into one of my clients.  As soon as the office computer connects to the client computer using Cisco VPN, I lose connection, of course.  I have tried checking "Allow Local LAN access", but that doesn't work.  I can administer our Cisco PIX 501, but I am stuck playing with Split Tunneling and may be on the wrong track.  Please help.
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It won't work. The VPN client has a built in firewall that shuts down your RDP session as soon as it connects the next place.
one way around it would be to use Virtual PC. RDP into your PC at office, launch a virtual machine that in-turn can then VPN out to another host.
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