New Vlan's not routing through Sonicwall VPN

The network that I have of 275+ computers and other network equipment was orginally programed by my predecessor on Vlan 1 with a /23.  Due to security concerns recently, I have been requested to create vlan's.  Internally through out my 26 switches and routers the new vlan's that i have created are routing and communicating perfectly.  The problem I have is anyone (especially administrators) connecting to our Sonicwall 4500 through the VPN client, it does not route through the VPN tunnel.  

In attempting to find the issue, the remote clients traceroute the path and it appears to route on the ISP's network.  I would post the traceroutes if you think you want them, but all of them black hole some where on the ISP network. The only possibility that i can find is that the Sonicwall is not allowing those subnets through.  I did create route statements for the subnets to point to my L3 switch that is being used as my default gateway and I am striking out.

Now to start with I want to use a class A (10.x.x.x) private subnet to use and carve out of that a /20 so that I can have room for future growth.  I have thought about the class B private subnets as an added option.  
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digitapConnect With a Mentor Commented:
when you setup the WAN GroupVPN for GVC hosts, did you configure the allowed networks to include the VLAN'ed subnets? within Step 3. Setup User Accounts you'll find adding network access under the VPN Access tab (see the KB below). you'll want to include the address objects that represent the vlan'ed subnets.

also, what's handing out DHCP? the sonicwall or an internal server?
jmhmisAuthor Commented:
My internal server is handing out ip addresses, but I have not created a pool yet on the dhcp server.  

Answer to your first question, yes I have.  Looking at the link you provided I missed one aspect of it which was the "Client Authentication".  

Now I have a concern that if I enable the "Require authentication of VPN clients by XAUTH", will the other GVC hosts lose their connectivity into the network?  
if you have not setup logins for them, yes. there are a couple of methods i've seen to deploy the gvc connection. exporting the session from the sonicwall and importing into the gvc. the other is using the method in the link above.

the link above allows the gvc to connect and download the connection particulars directly from the sonicwall. when you enable xauth, there is an assumption that all your users have a login.

when you make changes to the groupvpn on the sonicwall, the connections are reset and the new connection parameters are passed the gvc hosts. since you enabled xauth, the users will be prompted for a username and paqssword.
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