Can chrome shortcut be routed using a .bat file?

user trying to access an internal system via chrome, system is hosted on Azure VM, VPN set up to connect to server from HQ. User is in another location which has a VPN tunnel connected to HQ. The other location has no VPN tunnel to the Azure server, this is not possible.

System can be accessed externally using normal web address however because the user is in an location that is connected to HQ via the VPN chrome is trying to use the VPN tunnell to connect.

Can a batch file be created to route the traffic for this address out through the internet connection instead of the VPN tunnel
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
I am afraid you cannot router traffic based on an application or service, only by IP or subnet.  If chrome is accessing a site that could be accesses using an IP such as  http://312/123/123/123  you could add a route for that.

Alternatively, it would be cumbersome but you could have a batch file that changes routing, starts chrome, then another to close and change routing back.  While enabled though, all traffic would use the modified route.
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
No, there's no way to make an exception for this traffic via batch file.
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OutsourceATPAuthor Commented:
Thanks - il try and route this out through the firewall
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