am unable to access a shared folders from a server while connecting via SSL Anyconnect client. I can ping the server fine, I get prompted to autehenticate (after several seconds) (Share/Security permissions permit Everyone to read folder content), then after a few more seconds I get message that unable to access.
I can access the same share from other internal computers, it is only when connecting via VPN, ping to the server from vpn connected computer are fine so I tried to lower the mtu to 1200 for default group policy for VPN users but no luck.
On the ASA Firewall log I can see that a TCP slot connection between 2 hosts was created and then it says that the TCP connection was deleted.
Any ideas would could be blocking file share access on a VPN connection
am trying with IP address to avoid any dns issues, the traffic is split tunnelled and in fact I can ping the same server acting as a file server from the VPN client.
Let me know any other suggestions to this as I have no acl that is blocking anything between the VPN clients and the Server.
The weird thing is that I get the authentication prompt when I gave everyone read access, so this prompt should not really appear as anyone would have direct access. Will check further on this, in meantime any suggestions are welcome
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