So lets skip the VPN authentication, connection parts. I already have a connection to the VPN and can ping all the computers on the remote network. All good there. Using only a Win7 VPN Client connected to an ISA570.
The problem is in my VPN settings. As you can notice with my ipconfig command that a gateway is missing (seen by screen1.jpg)
i also found a similar problem in the internet but he is using Win Server as L2TP server. The Step1 in the guide talks about Port Forward and IP route enabling. I wonder how this can be done in the ISA500 (sorry for such a newbie question) if this might solve the problem, it is worth a try.
I have read somewhere in the forums that Split Tunneling will pose a security risk to the network. But this is for test purposes only and what the boss wants, the boss gets (even if it is not the best practice). Just for the sake of proving that it can be done but not advisable.
Please tell me if you guys need more info of my configurations
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