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Remote Access/ Site to Site VPN Problem

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We have 2 sites connected with 2 ASA 5505s using IPSec VPN. We also have a few remote users connecting with the Anyconnect client. Remote users connect to Site 1 with no problems. The issue is that they can't then access resources at Site 2. What do I need to change to allow complete access to all internal resources?
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You need to modify the acl used in your crypto to allow access to the vlans.

check this out
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65rTOrmXUFU
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