Using Windows SBS 2011, RRAS with PPTP for vpn connections.
We have two networks on different segments, both can be accessed from the server (this is handled by the router).
When a remote user connects using pptp to the server, he can only access the network that the server is connected to, unless executing locally the "route add .....etc'" command which tells the user's local computer to route packets for the second network to the same pptp interface.
We can however use TUNNEL mode to route everything to the pptp connection, this way it works and pptp users have access to both of the networks, but we really want to avoid it.
Maybe there's a feature or something that can be done on SBS 2011 to create this route automatically for the user ?