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i have a problem

 

i use multidesk a software program to save and manage rdps.

 

i have network lock enabled but if i loose vpn cinnection. the rdps keep connected.

 

or in other words i think it never uses the vpn connection at all. because after the vpn disconnects, the rdps dont even have to reconnect.

 

anyone know what this could be?

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Windows?

Do you connect to local resources?

Are there more than two network interfaces, maybe? (1. Your primary physical; 2. TAP)


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Maybe disable ipv6?

​Maybe it reconnects after the VPN drops?

​or as @giganerd says, you could be connecting to a local LAN server then making the RDP connection. All of which will be before the VPN tunnel. So is your PC connected to a domain?

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Windows?

Do you connect to local resources?

Are there more than two network interfaces, maybe? (1. Your primary physical; 2. TAP)

Wifi and Tap but that is how i should be connected not?

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