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     Jason LePaage 
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    Hello,

    I came across your implementation of always on vpn. I am trying to get it to work in our environment. I’m confused on a few parts. I didn’t know if anyone had advice for me on this. I was trying to get a better understanding of it and came across the forums. Hopefully i can get some guidance.
    I have it configured as it states but i’m confused on the client side. We use a root ca and a sub ca. Our sub ca is not a root ca and never is in the list of ca to select. Not sure how to get around this part of the configuration.

    Thanks,

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     Joseph Moody 
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    You should be able to use any CA that is issuing your certificates and that is configured as trusted in Group Policy. Did you sort out your certificates?

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