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    DirectAccess - All IE Traffic via DA = SLOW

    I have installed and all working install of Direct Access.
    Have to say, there is something very slick about being able to load SIMS from the desktop and remote around the network without being in Remote.

    Here is my issue:

    When I view Youtube (for example) on my fast internet connection at home, with DirectAccess enabled, its slow, very slow.
    Now no doubt up and down stream connections are having the impact here but my question really is, is it possible for IE traffic to be using the wifi connection my pc is hooked on rather than sending all the traffic down DA?

    Cheers.


    Steve

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    Steve, in short, yes. On your DirectAccess server, go to Remote Access Management,Configuration, click DirectAccess and VPN, Click Remote Clients [Edit], click next, on the second tab, do you have 'Use force tunnelling' ticked? if so, untick it.
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