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Like many organizations, we have had to enable VPN access for more individuals during the COVID-19 crisis. We recently noticed that about half of the 42 machines display their home's local LAN IP address in our DNS server. This is in addition to the IP address that GlobalProtect issues. One of my sysadmins pointed out a way to fix this is to disable the Register this connection's addresses in DNS feature on the Ethernet or wireless NIC adapter in Windows 10 (not the PANGP adapter). This would stop the adapter from sending the 192.168.x.x IP to our DNS server and adding it to the A record.
Is there another way to get around this?
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