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Can you enable "Local LAN Access" for the AnyConnect Client?

Posted on 2008-10-15
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I know with Cisco's software based client you can edit a vpn profile to "Allow Local LAN Access" by modifying the transport tab within the profile directly on the software client.  I was wondering how to make this work with the AnyConnect SSL client (with no split tunneling)?  For example, a user connects with the AnyConnect client and then wants to print to his/her local network printer.  Thanks for any help!!
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Not without split-tunneling enabled..
Fortunately, with ASA 8.x you have so many options to restrict vpn users' access it is easier to be more secure when enabling split-tunneling.

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