Proxy Server Redirection
Optionally, you can configure traffic bound for the Internet to be redirected through an internal proxy server
when the VPN connection is active. This can be useful if you want to use an HTTP proxy server to control remote
users’ access to Internet resources. This option is available only when one of the redirect all modes is enabled.
For information about configuring these settings, see Configuring Tunnel Client Settings.
If you have selected a redirection mode of Redirect all, with access to local network, users will have
access to local file shares and printers. You should be aware, however, that if you are using a .pac file for a
remote proxy, then its redirection rules take precedence for any traffic routed through the WinINet
networking library (such as Internet Explorer, Media Player, and Instant Messenger). For example, a user
may expect to be able to reach a Web application on a server—because it is on the local network—but
find that the request has been redirected through the remote proxy instead.
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