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Posted on 2011-09-28
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Hello,
 I have an environment with Windows server, redirected documents, exchange and sharepoint server. clients are XP.

They need access to an external service that requires to do through a CISCO VPN, the VPN is by software.

When we raise the VPN we access services but  access to system services don't work (redirected documents, exchange, sharepoint).

It's like the normal network card not work and only work the VPN card (that does not have access to the system)

Thank's
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Question by:limmontreefree
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The VPN device (not the client software) needs to support split tunneling.  This is not something you can configure on the client device; it must be configured on the VPN endpoint.

Many administrators consider split tunneling a security issue and will not enable it.
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And if I might add:
If they do enable it, you need to tick the option 'allow local LAN access' in the client.
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by:limmontreefree
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I'll try find something of that,

When I have looked, I tell you.

thanks
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We'll be here :)
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