I work remotely from home. I use a laptop with Windows 10 that connects to a wireless network.
I loaded the Sonos controller software on it and connected to my existing Sonos system. Everything works fine.
To work I need to connect to a remote desktop. I have to first make some sort of connection using Cisco's AnyConnect. Once I start AnyConnect my Sonos controller sees that as the network connection and cannot find the Sonos system.
Is there a way to get the Sonos controller to ignore the Cisco AnyConnect connection and stay on my home's wireless network OR is there a way to use Windows Firewall settings to block the controller from seeing the Cisco connection?
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