Tag: VPN

Always On VPN Split vs. Force Tunneling
Always On VPN Split vs. Force Tunneling
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During the planning phase of a Windows 10 Always On VPN implementation the administrator must decide between two tunneling options for VPN client traffic – split tunneling or force tunneling. When split tunneling is configured, only traffic for the on-premises network is routed over the VPN tunnel. Everything else is sent directly to the Internet. With… READ MORE

What is the Difference Between DirectAccess and Always On VPN?
What is the Difference Between DirectAccess and Always On VPN?
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DirectAccess has been around for many years, and with Microsoft now moving in the direction of Always On VPN, I’m often asked “What’s the difference between DirectAccess and Always On VPN?” Fundamentally they both provide seamless and transparent, always on remote access. However, Always On VPN has a number of advantages over DirectAccess in terms of security,… READ MORE