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Unable to access servers connected on point-to-point VPN when connected to office by Cisco AnyConnect VPN

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We use a Cisco ASA as the firewall in our two offices.  A point-to-point VPN exists between the two offices.  When a user makes a VPN connection from home to Office A, they are unable to access resources that are in Office B via the P2P VPN.  How can I fix this?
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The split tunnel acl needs to include both sites, and the tunnel acl needs to include the client VPN subnets as well. You will also need to configure "same-security permit intra-interface"
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