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SSL VPN and RDP issues

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SSL VPN and RDP issues

I have a strange issue, and hope someone can help me solve it...

I have a client providing an SSL VPN (NC build 12507) connection to their site, and when established, I fire up a couple of apps locally and provide services.
This works while inside my location:
1. Physically at the console of an XP workstation.
2. Using Terminal Services to our Win2k3 TS.

However, if I attempt to Term Serv to our office from home, then establish the SSL VPN, my RDP session is abruptly terminated...

I have observed in the office that when establishing the SSL VPN, my network connection momentarily disconnects, then reconnects.

Any suggestions?

TIA!
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Super Contributor

Re: SSL VPN and RDP issues

Do you allow split tunneling to the local network for the NC Connection ? Without split tunneling the machine you are connected to should lose access to its internal network.
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Re: SSL VPN and RDP issues

I'm hearing this too (6.0R5). I believe it's an XP SP3 issue but I haven't zeroed in yet.

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New Contributor

Re: SSL VPN and RDP issues

Like the other fellow suggested, see if split tunneling is turned off. But more than that, take a look at how you've configured WSAM. It may be that you are being cut off because you've too broadly defined what is allowed through using WSAM. We did that to our Outlook users once.
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Re: SSL VPN and RDP issues

We are having a simliar problem with one of our Vista clients. Whenever he fires an RDP session while using Network Connect it drops his NC session. We do not use WSAM. We do not allow split tunneling.