I finally found the solution. On our case, having the Zoom binary in %AppData% was making the split tunnel not working correctly and Zoom UDP/8801 traffic was sent through the tunnel.
We end up deploying the Zoom package centrally with SCCM to al laptops. Now, with Zoom on C:\Prgoram Files x86 the Zoom exclusion by Process is doing the trick finally.
Hi I resolved this setting as follows: We need to add CptHost.exe to offload UDP 8801.
We are still having traffic flowing through even after excluding everything suggested in this thread. Seeing 8801/8802 in logs.
Also excluded the below per @togase's suggestion.
For Zoom domain excluded. So far it is not working. Symptom is not stable some client works and then stopped when they go zoom from Browser. It will not display. Case is on engineering team. If anyone got excluded domain working and stable. Please share your comments
Appreciate the information. Using this I was finally able to fully split both tcp 443 and udp 8801 traffic for Windows users. For Mac users I have 443 traffic split but 8801 will not and I can't figure out why. Anyone have any suggestions for Macs?
The only way we got it to work was to create an address group with all the zoom networks ( about 85 at the last count) and then monitor and add networks as they bring more online and exclude them in the access route tab
my recommendation is to start a zoom meeting with video and run the netstat command to see the what application is using the port
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