I've attached a diagram on here to better describe my problem.
We have a warehouse at Site A. They have a VPN directly to our head office at Site B. At both of these sites we have a Sonicwall fireall (one is a TZ 210 and another an NSA 3500).
From Site B, have a VPn connection to our hosting provider. So we use a LAN IP to connect to a remote desktop services session using a 10.45.190.0/24 address.
However, we want people at site A to be able to remote desktop on to the 10.45.190.0/24 network by routing it via Site B. How can I do it so that somebody at a PC at Site A is able to remote desktop onto the 10.45.190.0 network in that way? (i.e. routing it via Site B)
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