Connecting to VPN File Shares and Printer Shares not Acceptable  


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    Connecting to VPN File Shares and Printer Shares not Acceptable


    We have a 3rd party APP that requires a VPN connection to the software vendors Azure VPN with Windows built-in VPN. Once connected I can still ping the domain and domain controllers by name but I'm unable to update the GPO or access printers or file shares. I have checked the DNS settings and IP routes when connected to the VPN and all is correct.
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    Wewlcome to the forum. There are all sorts of vpn apps etc but a lot change the network setting to an ip range compatable with the vpn which means you no longer have a local ip in the correct subnet range to access the LAN. What is your ip normally and when on vpn?
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    Thread Starter
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    The Ip ranges are the same when connected to the VPN I can still ping the the domain and DCS.

    LAN address 10.20.0.0/24
    <Routes>12.0.0.0/20</Routes>
    <VpnClientAddressPool>17.0.0.0/24</VpnClientAddressPool>

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    The VPN adds theses routes
    Routes

    ADD 12.0.0.0 MASK 255.255.240.0 default METRIC default IF default

    ADD 17.0.0.0 MASK 255.255.255.0 default METRIC default IF default
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    whats the results of ipconfig /all when not on vpn and on vpn?
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  5. Posts : 3
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    Thread Starter
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    The LAN IP is the same when I'm connected to the LAN/VPN same ip subnet and dns.
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