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Running a Cisco VPN connection as a Service 4 years 10 months ago #37755

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Hi All

Is it possible to run a Cisco VPN connection as a service?

My setup is a Cisco VPN connection being run from a server. I have RDP connection to this server, and whenever I log off, the Cisco VPN disconnects as well.

What I need to do is even if I log off from this server, the Cisco VPN should still be connected to the remote site.

Is this possible? If yes then how

Looking forward to some responses.

P.S - The VPN profile has local LAN access enabled, so while running the VPN on this server, I can still RDP onto it. Wanted to make that clear before anyone asks. :laugh:
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Re: Running a Cisco VPN connection as a Service 4 years 10 months ago #37766

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No one?
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Re: Running a Cisco VPN connection as a Service 4 years 10 months ago #37774

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Afraid I don't know. Could you use an external VPN endpoint/router instead?
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Re: Running a Cisco VPN connection as a Service 4 years 10 months ago #37776

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Try openvpn if you are unable to get this to work. You can do point to point as a service this way.
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Re: Running a Cisco VPN connection as a Service 4 years 10 months ago #37778

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If your using Cisco VPN Client. Then there is an option to prevent it from disconnecting when logging off. It's under the [Options] menu in [Windows Logon Properties]

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Re: Running a Cisco VPN connection as a Service 4 years 10 months ago #37779

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Excellent!!! I'll try that first thing on Monday. Thanks a million Solo
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