When working from home, I'm connected to the company network using a VPN connection. This works great, but I am unable to connect to my local network at home (printers etc.). This is of course one of the things that VPN is supposed to do - but it's really annoying. I use a Cisco VPN client v. 4.x (on WinXP) which actually has an "Allow lan access" check box. Unfortunately this has to be approved on the server as well and our system administrator is paranoid, so this is not an option. Is there a way to solve this issue? Some people suggested using NetBeui, but it seems kind of a old-school solution (and I have no idea how to make it work). I was hoping that a VPN client “wrapper” existed? 99.9% of my use of VPN is connecting to an Exchange server and only 0.1% using the network drives. If this makes the issue easier I would be satisfied if the suggested solution only included Exchange server access. If it helps I have 2 network cards, this might be a way to connect to two networks at the same time? As a last resort I can always install a Virtual PC with WINXP + Outlook and make the VPN connection from here :slurp: Thanks for the help.