Office 365 individuals have noticed issues linking to Outlook and the Office cloud while the VPNs are active. Our individuals reported ongoing issues when trying to use their Office apps and One Drive when attached to a VPN.
This is one of the ongoing issues with some of the VPN clients. It’s particularly frustrating if, like many individuals in 2018, you store your professional and personal files in the cloud.
During our in-house tests, we also had problems linking to the cloud with some VPNs. There doesn’t seem to be an issue with other cloud services. We reached out to Microsoft support to see if they plan on fixing the matter in the future.
However, we had not any issues linking to other cloud services with a VPN connection. Nor have we found any significant individual reports of similar issues with other cloud services, which suggest the issue is with Microsoft.
Remember that that better VPNs provide money-back guarantees for new individuals. Many also offer free trials. You can test how the Office cloud works with the VPN before you commit to a longer contribution.
One Drive, Microsoft Office, and other apps don’t seem to work with all VPNs. This is an issue if you want to work remotely and securely.
Here at VPN Mentor, we are committed to troubleshooting, testing, and reviewing how VPN providers work with products and which are best for particular needs.
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