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ASA Split tunnel RDP no working

Hi Everyone,

It has been a while for me since setting up and working on an ASA.  I have a 5512x that I have setup for our corporate office.  I am in the process of setting up the AnyConnect client VPN.  I have the VPN up and functional.  I am in the process of tweaking it to make it behave the way I need it to but I am coming up blank when thinking about how to make this work.

When I first got the VPN functional I was able to RDP from my remote machine into the corporate network with no problems.  I was also able to RDP into the remote machine from the corporate network.  The only downside, was the remote machine, though able to work on the corp network as if it was onsite, was not able to access the internet at all.  Even with proper gateway and DNS settings, nothing.

From there I setup split tunneling.  Now we are able to have the remote machine connect with the AnyConnect client and work on the corporate network systems just like it was onsite.  It is also able to surf the internet with no issues.  However, we are not able to RDP to the remote workstation now.  The remote system has an IP on the corp network but we can neither ping nor RDP. 

I want to be able to RDP into the remote machines.  Makes it nice for working on machines for the folks that work remotely.  Once less piece of software to have loaded on their machine and one less account to maintain.

How do I fix this so that I can RDP any direction I want(remote->corp/corp->remote) while keeping the remote machine's ability to connect to the internet without having to come back to corp and then out.

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