Laptops off-site delays through VPN

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Denes, Laszlo

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May 19, 2021, 10:23:30 AM5/19/21
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Quick question as we have never done this until now.

We have issued new HP laptops to users with VPN installed and the process for them to connect back to us is

Power on system and enter encryption challenge and load o/s

Log into Wi-Fi (home network or hotspot somewhere).

Launch VPN client and connect to company.

Wait 30 seconds so system can register in AD properly.

Then log into W10 (20H2).

At this point the user logon process runs and eventually all their drives (through GPO) connect etc. but their redirected folders (everything points at server share/users) don’t work, nor do any of them icon links to folders and the user has to wait about 1 minute before the Cisco VPN icon pop’s up and then they can open the Cocuments and refresh their desktop and everything is there.

Just making sure that I am not missing anything as I cannot account for the delay between logon in to AD and folder redirection working.

Any thoughts? How do others handle laptops?

MUCHO THANKS IN ADVNACE J

 

Laszlo Denes

Technical Analyst Servers

Information Systems

The Salvation Army Toronto Grace Health Centre

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Michael B. Smith

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May 19, 2021, 10:44:06 AM5/19/21
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I see this same thing with clients using Global Protect.

 

The only way around it is a VPN that works like MSFT’s DirectAccess or AlwaysOn VPN – the VPN starts with a machine tunnel when the computer boots.

  

 

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