How are you applying the proxy settings to the browser? Through policy, manually, WPAD/PAC?
Have you added the SSL VPN pool to the allowed networks for the proxy?How are you applying the proxy settings to the browser? Through policy, manually, WPAD/PAC?You could always force it by using the VPN in Full Tunnel mode instead of the default split tunnel.
i have a similar issue and I am trying to set this up but I am running into an issue add the "internet" object to 'Local Networks' in the SSL VPN Profile, when I drag and drop it does not stay.
If you don't have IPv6 activated, you can't drag an object that uses v6 into 'Local Networks'. I just tried this with the "Internet" object and had no problem, so you may need to use the "Internet v4" object.
Cheers - Bob
Thank you very much, this worked. I followed all the steps you advised below:
I am now able to access the internet through the vpn with the proxy server settings configured on the clients machine through gpo, also I have access to all internal networks, the only issue I am having now is that I am not able to access external networks
I have given users access to Internal Sites, Internet IPv4 and ExtraNet-Networks, but when trying to connect to sites/applications that go through the extranet it is not working. Any suggestions would be great.
What are the ExtraNet networks and how are they reached?
ExtraNet networks our External networks we have access to from a different company.
I was able to resolve the issue this morning I haven't had a chance to revise my post. The resolution was to create a second masquerading rule for VPN Pool SSL -> ExtraNet-Networks, it is now working perfectly, thank you for all your help.