Using GlobalProtect , ExpressVPN and Remote desktop

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Using GlobalProtect , ExpressVPN and Remote desktop

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Dear All,

 

I am pondering following scenarios:

 

1- I connect to Server "S" using GlobalProtect on my Computer "A". Now Assume i do not have access to computer "A" physically because i have moved to another city. I want to access computer "A" from another computer "B" using remote desktop sharing. My question is the connection between "A" and "B" going through the Server "S" ?

 

2- I connet to VPN using ExpressVPN and then i also use GlobalProtect to connect to Server "S". Is all traffic goes through first to ExpressVPN or does it goes through Server "S" first? Which ip address will be know to Server "S" as the origin of the requests?

 

Many Thanks in advance!

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Community Team Member

Hi @shaukafa ,

 

In order to get better traction for this, I have moved it to the GlobalProtect area.
I would recommend that you visit the  GlobalProtect discussion area to see your discussion and others there and to create any other new discussions there.

 

Cheers,

-Kiwi.

 
LIVEcommunity team member, CISSP
Cheers,
Kiwi
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