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Split Tunneling

ITmind_
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Split Tunneling

Hello,

I have an issue that users cannot access the office 365 (*.outlook.com) servers. And their outlook does not start up when connecting with VPN. So I was advised to set up split tunneling. So I set up Split Tunneling. And when I do that the users can start outlook. But now my users cannot ping or access the file servers anymore.

When I click on "exclude access" on the split tunneling, then again my users can access the fileservers but once again not the microsoft outlook servers.

How can I fix this so users can reach:

1: my fileservers

2: the microsoft outlook servers.

Thanks

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spuluka
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Re: Split Tunneling

You will need to include your file server ip ranges into your split tunnel networks for the affected roles.  After you enable split tunnel on a role, when the user connects only the networks specified in your split tunnel networks for that role will forward traffic to the SA.

Users-Resource Profiles-VPN Tunneling-split tunnel networks

Create a profile and add the server network segments

Assign this profile to the affected roles





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