gt; IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.101
That would be your problem right there. The client's LAN uses 192.168.0.XXX
for addresses, and your SBS server also uses 192.168.0.XXX for addresses.
When the VPN connection connects, you have two networks that are now
connected, but that use the same IP addresses, and the VPN client has no
idea where it is supposed to send which stuff for what.
You have a couple options to make this work:
1) Make sure that all of the clients that VPN into the SBS server use a
different IP range at home, ie, change all their routers to use
192.168.1.XXX or something.
2) Change the IP address scheme of the SBS server and all internal clients
to something else, ie, 192.168.1.XXX or 192.168.16.XXX or whatever.
You can do this by running the "Change Server IP Address" tool from the
"Internet and E-mail" node of the Server Management console.
Once the VPN client's home LAN address and the SBS server's LAN address are
on different network subnets, this should work fine for you.
SBS Product Team
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192.168.0.34 in this case assigned by the dhcp of the server 192.168.0.1