Adding a VPN connection trigger to a Mobile Connect profile on Windows 10 does not work
12/20/2019 3 People found this article helpful 95,287 Views
In this scenario we've added the following configuration to a Mobile Connect connection profile:
Add-VpnConnectionTriggerDnsConfiguration -ConnectionName "app_209" -DnsSuffix
".subdomain.domain.local" -DnsIPAddress "10.0.0.1" -PassThru
With this VPN trigger existing, If we open any application and access the FQDN resource for example: srv1.subdomain.domain.local, the VPN connection doesn't get triggered.
This is an issue with the
Add-VpnConnectionTriggerDnsConfiguration PowerShell command within Windows 10 RS1 build 14393 and is not an issue with the Mobile Connect client.
Mobile Connect for iOS, Android, macOS, and Chrome OS is not affected by this issue.
At this time there is no current workaround for this Windows 10 issue. Once a workaround has been identified this article will be updated to reflect the changes.
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