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"Use default gateway on remote network" disappears

Posted on 2012-03-23
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Hi Experts,

In my Domain's Group Policy Management there is definition for configuration of VPN connection on the Domain's notebooks.

The only problem is that I can't find the way (in the Group Policy Management) how to force that vpn checkbox "Use default gateway on remote network" must be CHECKED.

So the problem is that every time user need to go to setting and set the checkbox. And then make VPN connection. After computer restart checkbox disappers.
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Thanks "The_Kirschi"
I will give this link to my administrator and afterwards I will inform about the results.
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Thanks The_Kirschi,

My admin finally solved the problem with checkbox "Use default gateway on remote network". He use the link You gave.
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Thank you.
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