Depending on what you attempt to do once VPN'ed into the remote server the
Winsock Proxy client may intercept those request and attempt to send them
via the Proxy server out across the Internet and not through the VPN tunnel
you intended. The Winsock Proxy client uses the Local Address Table (LAT)
of the Proxy server to determine what IP range(s) are "internal" and what
are "external". If the request being made is a TCP/UDP request to an IP
address that it is destined for an "external" address then the Winsock Proxy
client may send that request to the Proxy server. Other factors that can
influence the behavoir may include specific application settings,
mspclnt.ini, locallat.txt etc.
Another possible option instead of having to turn off the Winsock Proxy
client may be to configure the server/destination(s) addresses in the Proxy
server's LAT.. or in the client machines locallat.txt, or possibly depending
on the applications needed configuring the mspclnt.ini file to not have the
Winsock Proxy client redirect request from that application.
Hope that helps,
Microsoft Small Business Server Support
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