Hi, I work with a lot of clients that use Cisco VPN to provide remote access. Unfortunately the Cisco VPN does not work well with my IBM VPN client so I can't have them both running on my computer. So, I thought I would install the Cisco VPN on an old machine, connect to that machine via Remote Desktop and VPN into the client network via the VPN.
Well, that didn't work either. As soon as I connect to the client network via the VPN the Remote Desktop loses the connection. Can anyone tell me if this Working As Designed (WAD) or if there is a configuration secret to get it to work?
Thanks in advance......
When you connect via VPN to the client network from the remote machine, the RD connection breaks correct?
I believe that's because the VPN connection that you established from the client machine is configured to encrypt all traffic, and that's why the RD connection to your computer drops.
You can do a quick test... on the VPN client computer check under statististics (VPN software) and check if the secured routes is 0.0.0.0 (no split-tunneling).
If so.. and if having access to the VPN server, that can be changed.