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Maintaining local default printer when using Anyconnect VPN RRS feed

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  • Windows 7 & 8 have the option to manage default printers based on Network Location Awareness services.

    The benefit of this is that if I am at home my default printer is automatically set to my local printer and if at office my default printer is automatically set to my office printer.

    Great except when I work from home using Cisco Anyconnect 3.1 windows will use my office printer as the default instead of local.

    How do I get Windows to detect that I am using VPN and not have NLA overriding my default printer since I am physically not present in the office?

    Thursday, February 6, 2014 11:46 PM

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