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Access to Printer of VPN client

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I have multiple small offices that use a VPN client to connect to one of our main offices.  I need to be able to print to their local printers from one of the main offices.  Is this possible, and if so where is the documentation?

They are connecting using Windows XP and currently using pptp connection but would be willing to change to any type of VPN client connection.
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With a  client connection you will be able to access resources of that client only (if any), and the VPN client IP addresses have to be static. PPTP or Cisco VPN do not matter here.

For "unlimited" access you will have to establish a Site-2-Site VPN to gain network access.
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