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Windows 365 Machines and Cisco AnyConnect/ASDM

gvaughn2246
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I've been experimenting with the new Windows 365 cloud PCs and recently established a routed based S2S via my firewall (ASA 5515) and Microsoft azure. I can access everything (network shares, AD, DNS,etc.) except for my firewall. I can ping my firewall from the 365 machines, but I can't get in via ASDM nor if I were to startup AnyConnect it won't even resolve my server address. I've tried disabling the machines local firewalls and creating a firewall rule to allow any/any access from the IP range that the 365 machines use. still no luck. I think it's on the firewall side that the problem lies but I am not sure.

Has anyone experienced these types of issues or have any suggestions on where to look?

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After some more troubleshooting, I realized the mistake was on my end, as I had not yet configured/allowed ASDM access through VPN on that particular IP range. 

Thanks

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marce1000
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                  >......but I can't get in via ASDM nor if I were to startup AnyConnect
  Hmm. note that the particular products (ASDM and Anyconnect)  usually have a supported platform list in datasheets and or product specifications, so if the new Windows product is not (yet) in there ,  then 'it won't work' (so to speak) , 

 M.



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After some more troubleshooting, I realized the mistake was on my end, as I had not yet configured/allowed ASDM access through VPN on that particular IP range. 

Thanks

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