A Cisco VPN I'm using disconnects everything on the local network, I need access to my local network as it contains the documentation I use.
- virtual Windows 10 dial-in PC on our Windows 2016 Hyper-V host
- Access the dial-in PC using Hyper-V management console
- Connect the dial-in PC to the Cisco VPN
This works perfectly, the dial-in PC connects to the VPN and on my laptop I have access to our local network.
When I host the same virtual dial-in PC on my Windows 10 Pro laptop the Cisco VPN fails with "Vpn establishment capability from a remote desktop is disabled" (https://serverfault.com/questions/518771/cisco-anyconnect-vpn-establishment-capability-from-a-remote-desktop-is-disabled)
Is the HyperV console of Windows 10 different from the Windows 2016 console ? Is one using RDP while the other is not ?
Is there a way to get this setup to work on Windows 10 ?
I cannot change the VPN settings those are controlled by a third party. They know about, and agree to my workaround.