RDP into PC on site-to-site vpn network using VPN client

I have a SonicWall site-to-site VPN connection connecting 4 locations together using SonicWall NSA 2400 appliances.  

Each location is using its own subnet.  They are setup as 1 Local Network ( and 3 Remote Networks (,,  

While using a PC on the Local network I can RDP into any PC on the Local and Remote networks.

I then use the SonicWall VPN Client software on my home PC.  It connects me to the Local Network ( using the WAN GroupVPN.  

I am able to RDP into any PC within the Local Network subnet, but I am unable to RDP into any of the Remote Network subnets (,,  I need to be able to do this.  

Any idea as to why I am only able to RDP into the Local Network subnet while using the SonicWall VPN client?
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Blue Street TechConnect With a Mentor Last KnightsCommented:
Hi ND02G,

Just add the subnets you want access to under Local Users.

Login to the SonicWALL you VPN into and go to Users > Local Users then to VPN Access tab then add the subnets (, & that the user need to access.

Let me know how it goes!

a: your PC doesn't have the route for,, to go through the gateway
b: your PC DOES have the correct route, but the gateway is not configured to pass it on to you

Solution a: give the route command in your PC, for instance:

Solution b: not totally sure, just go through the documents how to make sure if the VPN client connects, he has the rights to use the other subnetworks too.

Worst case, if you can't figure it out, RDP into PC at localhost, and use that PC to RDP to another subnet (as in RDP inside an RDP).
ND02GAuthor Commented:
Excellent!  You were correct about adding the VPN access networks.  I had the wrong Address Objects in the list.  I created an Address group that included all the subnets I needed RDP access to.  I added the group to the VPN Access tab.  Bingo bango bongo.. It works!
Blue Street TechLast KnightsCommented:
Great! I'm glad I could help.
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