Re: remote desktop vpn complications
That is a good question. Assuming the the VPN client is public location
after establishing the VPN, you may want to create a inbound rule using
Windows firewall with advanced security on local computer.
Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
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"ryanj247" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> i have two pc's connected to a broadband router. i use remote desktop
> A to connect to B, which works fine. on B, i've set up a vpn connection
> to a
> personal VPN service. i chose "public location" when i first connected to
> the vpn network, because i want the most secure environment possible on
> PC when i'm connected to the vpn. i also unchecked everything other than
> "Internet Protocol Version 4" in the properties of the vpn connection, as
> their security instructions. but when i am connected to the vpn on B, i
> no longer use remote desktop from A to connect to B over the LAN.
> when i connect to the vpn on B, i want all internet traffic on B to go
> through the vpn. however, i would still like to be able to use remote
> desktop from A to connect to B over my LAN. i do NOT want the remote
> connection to have to go through the vpn server to get to B (because of
> effect that would have on latency). how can i set this up?