Hello. I am trying to find out if there is a way to resolve a VPN routing issue that some of my users are having, by using routing commands on the user's machine, or something similar to that. In short - I don't want to have to change the network scheme on either end, and also want to keep the VPN software intact, if possible. The software the users are using is Cisco Client VPN 5.1. Its outdated, but working for most all of our users. Its only a handful who have suddenly started having an issue with routing their Outlook email and network drive requests, and I've narrowed it down to being an issue with their home network clashing with our corporate network, and the one thing the users with the problem have in common is they are all using the 192.168.1.x scheme, which is identical to the corporate network. When they are traveling, and on different networks (hotels, hot spots, etc), they do not have the issue. So I'm convinced it is the matching IP subnet that is causing the issue. Is there a way to use a ROUTE command or something else, local to the specific users who are having the problem, to allow them to work, without affecting the rest of the user base?
Thanks for your help