I am trying to give our employees remote access to our network. I have an RV082 that I have as our VPN termination point. I am using QuickVPN (latest firmware for both router and QuickVPN). I can VPN into the router, I can navigate to shares on my SBS2k3 server. I can even log into the router and make changes. I think that at this point, if I start Outlook, I should be able to connect to Exchange (also on the SBS2k3). Am I wrong about thinking this? Is there something that I need to do the server to allow the connection? Or am I "on the network, just like if I was connected to via the switch"? I was trying to use the RV082 for the DHCP but after reading old posts by Stonecat, I enabled the server to handle DHCP and point all DNS requests to the server, which will forward any non-resolvable names to the ISP's DNS servers. Basically, I have access to the shared folders on our server, but not the Exchange server. Am I crazy to think that when I connect via QuickVPN that it is like I logged onto the network locally, with the same access rights?!? It is driving me NUTS. I am at a loss for other things to try to access exchange server. PLEASE help! Scott E.