ASA blocking ctrl-c keyboard combo for traffic over VPN?
I have a business client that I have a site-to-site with as well as AnyConnect and Clientless SSL VPN connections that can't use control-c <ctrl-c>. I can see the Clientless version not working cause its browser based but I wouldn't expect that with AnyConnect and especially with the site-to-site partner.
My business partner works with another organization like mine, with the same applications but they have a SonicWall and they can use ctrl-c in there.
Anyone else experience this and is there anything in the config that can be modified to allow this though?
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