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I am facing the following senario.....

I am in a company A with internal IP as 172.16. from my laptop i have to RDP to a server 10.150.1.2. from that rdp server i am connecting to company B's remote vpn. once i connect to tht vpn successfully my rdp is disconnected. that vpn has 10.194.1.67

I doubted if had to allow rules in my firewall. but i am not sure if this traffic comes through internet. hence i opened a from 10.194.1.67 to Nat ip of 10.150.1.2

but still it doesnt work. any ideas
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My guess is the VPN is not allowing split tunneling.  The VPN is forcing all traffic through the VPN, which breaks your RDP session.
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