Situation: Client needing a PPTP VPN solution that will allow for different groups of users to access different subnets. Ex: Group1 can only access 192.168.55.0/24, group2 can only access 10.45.38.0/24, etc. Using a VPN Client (cisco vpn client) on end users computers is not an option because they may have other VPN clients on their computers as they work for multiple organizations. SSL VPN would be great, but too pricey since there are hundreds of remote users.
I've looked at a Windows VPN server since we're wanting the end users to use built-in VPN capabilities within the OS. Is there a way to assign different users access to different subnets? Or even assign different users different DHCP scopes? If I can get group1 to use DHCP scope1 and group2 to use DHCP scope2, then I can control subnet access on the backend via access-lists.