So I was able to successfully setup a Point To Site connection from my local Windows 10 machine to my Azure Virtual Network. I'm not sure if this issue I'm having is really Azure related or just some VPN setting I'm missing.
I can ping the server using the IP address/FQDN/and hostname from my local machine once I've connected via VPN. My machine has also been joined to the domain. That all works fine and great. It's when I go and try to browse to the server (or any server) on the VNET in Azure that I run into problems. I'm trying to access the file share I created for instance and I cannot get to it using the hostname. However, I am able to reach the file share using the FQDN. I'd really like to use the regular server names when I am browsing around on the network.
I find it odd that pinging works for everything across the board but using Windows Explorer limits me to using the FQDN to reach resources. I've been googling the last couple of days for a fix and so far I've been able to get to the point I'm at now.
I'm reaching out to see if anyone has any ideas. Thanks.
VM Servers in Azure are Windows 2012 Datacenter. Local machine is Windows 10 Pro