When disconnection from a VPN Session sometimes the gateway is not replaced.
I.e Ipconfig before conections shows a gateway
during connection the VPN has a gateway and local connection does not (This is normal)
After disconnection the gateway is not returned i.e Ipconfig shows no gateway
When I do a IPconfig /release ...ipconfig /renew
the gateway is returned but when I am connected to the VPN the IPconfig shows two gateways on the VPN and on the Local LAN (this is not normal and the connection soon fails)
Cisco Client V 4.8.01.0300
Windows XP sp2
I need to reboot to make it work again
This happens when I am a power user and does not happen when I am an logged on as an Admin
It dos not always happen but I am always using the same LAN etc
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