Cisco Anyconnect VPN - Clarifications

I connect to my office desktop through Windows Remote Desktop after establishing a secure network connection through Cisco Anyconnect Secure Mobility client. After connecting to the VPN, if I browse sites using my laptop browser (outside of the Remote desktop window), will the traffic be routed through my office network? Will my office folks come to know the list of sites I have browsed or the people I have chatted with? Please clarify.
sukhoi35Asked:
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TintinCommented:
Depends on whether all your traffic goes through the VPN or whether you are using a split tunnel VPN.

From the Anyconnect client, what address range is it tunnelling?  (should see that on the stats page)
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sukhoi35Author Commented:
From anyconnect stats tab, I have exported the stats to a txt file. I see a whole lot of information. Can you please tell which part of it is the address range?
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TintinCommented:
I'm not at work atm, so can't remember precisely what section, but under the statistics, there should be Connection Information, which includes the "tunnel mode".
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sukhoi35Author Commented:
The section headings containing tunnel keyword are:
Tunnel adapter isatap.
Tunnel adapter Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface
Tunnel adapter 6TO4 Adapter.

No other tunnel keyword anywhere in the file!
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TintinCommented:
Hmm, you might have an older version of the client.

Another way to check is if you can post the output of

ipconfig /all

from the windows cmd prompt.
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sukhoi35Author Commented:
The attached file contains the output of ipconfig/all when connected to VPN., not sure if this helps.
Windows-IP-Configuration.docx
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sukhoi35Author Commented:
Any inputs or any other methods?
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sukhoi35Author Commented:
Thanks for your time, would have helped if we had brought this to a proper end.
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