(Leave out the "--" when it is put in the configuration file.) An alternative to putting "redirect gateway def1" in the configuration file is to "push" it from the VPN server to the client.
You can test find out what IP address your computer is using by going to https://
If Open VPN connected to the server properly, but you are having trouble connecting to websites, the first thing to find out is if there is a DNS problem.
To check that, try to access a website by using its IP address instead of its name.
I was looking at the Dynamic DNS management within the ASA, but wasn't sure if this work work.
2) I need to be able to run several powershell scripts against their computers regardless if they are in the office or in the field, but I don't know where they are going to be at the time the script is run, thus I need DNS to update with the proper IP if they are on the VPN. I'm not a GP guru so the only thing I can think of is putting the script on each computer then scheduling a task through GP.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. On This Page Connects to the VPN, but doesn't work If Open VPN is connected to the server but your IP address does not change How to test your IP address If Open VPN is connected to the server but you can't access the Internet How to check your DNS settings How to use a different DNS server Open VPN is such a powerful tool with so many options, and computer configurations are so varied, that it is impossible to have an exhaustive troubleshooting guide.VPN clients will not be able to resolve DNS host names on the internal network if they are not assigned a DNS server address by the ISA Server firewall/VPN server.In most cases, the VPN client already has a DNS server address assigned to it.I have thought about deploying Power Shell scripts to all of the computers that employ the DNSCMD command when it detects that the SSL VPN adapter has an IP address, but that solution is far from ideal, feels overly complicated and very messy.