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Specify Routing Table Updates

Updated: March 15, 2012

Applies To: Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012

You can alter the client routing tables according to settings specified in a connection profile in order to better manage your network traffic and security. You can include a routing table update file in the connection profile; provide a URL to a server that is checked for updates, or both.

 

Setting Description

Do not change the routing tables

Specifies that the client routing tables are not changed when using this connection profile. The client computer has access to both the original set of networks as well as the remote network provided by this connection profile.

Define a routing table update

Specifies that the routing tables are updated during the connection process in the update file.

Route file to include

Specifies a routing table update file that is compiled into the connection profile and installed on the client computers with the connection profile.

URL to a route file

Specifies a routing table update file hosted on a Web server that is downloaded automatically and applied whenever the profile successfully connects.

If this URL is unavailable, disconnect the client

If checked, this specifies that the connection fails if the specified routing table update file cannot be downloaded.

For more information about how to construct the routing table update file, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=80963 on the Microsoft Web site.

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