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Everytime I connect to my VPN using Cisco Secure Mobility client from my home machine, I cannot print to my home wireless printer.  When I disconnect, I can print again.  What can I do to get this working?
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Click the gears next to your vpn host name or IP and check Enable Local LAN Access.
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In pictures..
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This is only possible if this is allowed in the anyconnect profile. If you do not see the option please contact your administrator.
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Thanks.  Looks like I have to setup that option on the client and the Cisco Administrator had to allow it on the back end.  Thanks
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