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AnyConnect RDP

Hello,

Does anyone know it is possible to connect to a remote client via the RDP at the same time when it is connected through a AnyConnect VPN?

I'm considering the situation, when a remote user connects through a corporate VPN gateway, and I'm try to connect from the corporate network  to his laptop via RDP by IP-address, which he received from the VPN gateway.

Thank you

Dmitry

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Re: Hi Aditya,

In fact, the problem was that you can not connect from a computer on the local network to a connected client of the VPN, if the VPN client is not allowed exactly the same connection (same port) to this computer on the local network.

Our local network is segmented, therefore, VPN clients was forbidden access to the something networks through RDP. Accordingly, our technical support could not make a reverse connection to the VPN client using the RDP protocol, because VPN clients was forbidden to connect to technical support network.

Thank you all, the problem is solved.

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Beginner

You can connect to the

You can connect to the "Assigned IP Address" (not "Public IP Address") from the remote client.

Never tried with rdp, but with other tools worked fine.

Regards

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Beginner

May I ask a few details:

May I ask a few details:

Is it necessary to make any settings in the VPN profile?

What tools are you used to connect to the user?

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Beginner

We use / used Radmin or/and

We use / used Radmin or/and CA/DSM.

No, I think it is not necessary to make extra settings.

Maybee a Personal Firewall has to accept it.

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Hi,

Hi,

You can check this link:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/vpn_client/anyconnect/anyconnect31/administration/guide/anyconnectadmin31/apxAvpnxmlref.pdf

You need to check the Allow AnyConnect Session from an RDP Session for Windows Users section.

Regards,

Aditya

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Hi Aditya,

Hi Aditya,

"The SingleLocalLogin setting has no effect on remote user logons from the enterprise network over the VPN connection."

Therefore, as I understand it, I need this setting:

<WindowsLogonEnforcement>SingleLogon</WindowsLogonEnforcement>

It is right?

Thanks

Dmitry

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Re: Hi Aditya,

In fact, the problem was that you can not connect from a computer on the local network to a connected client of the VPN, if the VPN client is not allowed exactly the same connection (same port) to this computer on the local network.

Our local network is segmented, therefore, VPN clients was forbidden access to the something networks through RDP. Accordingly, our technical support could not make a reverse connection to the VPN client using the RDP protocol, because VPN clients was forbidden to connect to technical support network.

Thank you all, the problem is solved.

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