Push Static Routes to Microsoft RRAS PPTP VPN Clients

Hello,

I have a Microsoft Routing and Remote Access PPTP VPN running on Windows Server 2008 R2. By default, when Windows Clients connect, they receive a new default route with the VPN server as the gateway. This works fine, and all traffic is routed through the remote site.

I would like to be able to push static routes for only a few subnets to the clients when they connect rather than having all traffic go across the VPN. Pushing static routs to VPN clients seems like very basic functionality, but I cannot figure out how to do it. Now I know that I could do this by modifying the routes on the client manually after connecting. I bet I could even come up with a way to script adding the routes, but these both feel like very poor solutions.

Has anyone managed to do this before using RRAS or know if it is possible? Is there a setting in RRAS that I am missing, or is it somewhere else?

Thanks in advance for any insight.

-Andrew
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  1. Not possible.
    I even tested the DHCP route push option. It's suck.
  2. Not possible.
    I even tested the DHCP route push option. It's suck.
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