troubleshooting Question

defining interesting vpn traffic

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I need assistance with defining interesting vpn traffic. I am using an ipsec remote access vpn with an asa 5510 and the cisco vpn client. I have split tunneling configured to define interesting traffic as anything on the local subnet of the asa. All non-interesting aka internet traffic gets routed through the ISP of the remote user.

However, I now have a new requirement where a specific 3rd party website must also be considered interesting traffic and tunneled through the vpn. The 3rd party website has IP address restrictions and I need a way for my vpn users to access the website without tunneling everything across the vpn.

I would prefer to not use terminal services and to not setup static routes on the remote users but I cant figure out a way to accomplish this via the asa. If anyone has any suggestions on how this can be done on the asa I would greatly appreciate it. Also, if it can't be done via the asa, is a static route on the hosts my only option?  Thank you.
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