Add Network to Remote Access VPN on Cisco ASA 5545

We are testing Cisco AnyConnect on one of our Cisco ASA 5545s.  I need to know how to add one of our networks so that VPN users can access their servers on that network while connected at home.  Can someone walk me through how to do this and how to find the existing networks that are reachable?  I can do it through ASDM or command prompt.  Thanks!
Thomas HoldrenSystem AdministratorAsked:
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Jimmy Larsson, CISSP, CEHNetwork and Security consultantCommented:
If you have configured the connection as "full tunnel" everything is already reachable via the tunnel and if you cannot reach all internal resources it might be because of NAT or that the destination hosts does not have a route for your vpn pool.

If you have configued it as "split tunnel" you need to add the new destination network(s) in the split-tunnel acl.

Best regards
Jimmy
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