Split tunnel and locally reroute the traffic

Is there a way to overwrite the split tunnel routes assigned by a VPN connection by using windows route print?

When we  VPN to firewall that we do not manage, because the split tunnel configured, we cannot access Internet. Although we need VPN to access internal LAN resources, is there a way to re-route the traffic and have access to internet by just using local route configured on windows 7
ggRM7865Asked:
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
If you do not need a restricting VPN client - yes. Some VPN clients however install a filter driver, which redirects traffic before the routes are checked, and then you have no way. The (outdated) Cisco IPSec client is such a client, for example.
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ggRM7865Author Commented:
And that's exactly the problem I have, some workstations are able to get to Internet and others are not when connecting using  the same Cisco IPsec VPN client to the same firewall. Unfortunately I don't manage that firewall.  Can the IPsec VPN certificate release to clients effect the traffic routing?

thank you for your help....
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
The group password or certificate determines which group setting is used on the Cisco device, so some may have split tunneling allowed, while others might not.
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