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Dear Experts,

We are using Cisco VPN client to connect to our servers from remote locations.
Currently, I can use Remote Desktop to connect to our servers,  but cannot connect to any of the client PC's, which has Remote Desktop access enabled.  The only way I can access them is if I connect to the server via Remote Desktop, and from there, use Remote Desktop, and I can get to the client PC desktop.  How can I remedy this so that the users can just Remote Desktop to their machines without first connecting to the server?

Please advise.
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Most probably is cisco router/ASA firewall configured to allow VPN only to servers IP address.
Please check the rules.
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Thank you, that makes a lot of sense!!!!
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