local VPN IP isntead of local IP

unrealone1
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Hi there,

I am having issues with getting IP's which I need to roll out software.

The machine in question is a remote machine which connects via VPN. I need the IP that the server at the end of the VPN gives it as if it were in the office with the DC/VPN server. From there I can roll out the Kaspersky antivirus software.

The OS of the remote machine is Windows 8/8.1 with a 2008 R2 box as the end point with the software to roll out from.

If anyone is able to give some tips, I'd be greatly appreciative.

Cheers,

Jon
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In general, you need to know the external IP address of the remote end for the VPN to connect to.

Then you (normally) need to provide the remote subnet (say 192.168.50.1 - 192.168.50.254) to see the devices at the remote end.
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@unrealone1 - Thanks and I trust the IP addressing is now sorted out.

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