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You have two Azure virtual networks named Vnet1 and Vnet2.
You have a Windows 10 device named Client1 that connects to Vnet1 by using a Point-to-Site (P2S) IKEv2 VPN.
You implement virtual network peering between Vnet1 and Vnet2. Vnet1 allows gateway transit. Vnet2 can use the remote gateway.
You discover that Client1 cannot communicate with Vnet2.
You need to ensure that Client1 can communicate with Vnet2.
Solution: You download and reinstall the VPN client configuration.
Does this meet the goal?
The VPN client must be downloaded again if any changes are made to VNet peering or the network topology.
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