+ 2 Votes You would have to ask the system administrator for additional access, wizard57m-cnet Moderator Updated - 1 year ago or close the RDP session and use your own internet connection. Just a little FYI from the Q&A FAQ: If your problem is related to granting access to a system, program, email, or web site (such as a password or finding a back door) TechRepublic will not help you, and you may be criticized by TechRepublic peers and/or have your account/post removed. Please do not respond further to this thread. Thank you, TR Moderator + 0 Votes Another computer Pete6677 1 year ago Do you have another home computer? + 1 Votes Most VPNs enforce a single tunnel robo_dev 1 year ago To vary from that would require a 'split tunnel' which is a huge security hole for the VPN connection (as it can allow a back-channel connection via malware or worse). The short answer is no, you cannot do that. + 0 Votes The question is are these websites Charles Bundy 1 year ago relevant to your work? If so why can't you ask your friendly network admin to allow access? + 0 Votes Keep it simple Pawandev 1 year ago When you are on VPN your are virtually on your employers network and If there is a Web proxy, which is set to block certain websites, the policies will apply to you as well. If you disconnect from VPN, you should be able to browse those websites. No System admin would take a risk to bend the policy for users convinience, atleast not me. + 0 Votes Another computer Pete6677 1 year ago Do you have another home computer?