RRAS static routes question



I have Windows 2003 Server, Standard Edition with RRAS, IAS, and L2TP/IPSec all working.
My client successfully makes a VPN connection, but, ...

By default, as part of the VPN connection process, the client sets up a
default route through the tunnel, so all traffic goes to the RRAS server.

What I want is to leave my "pre-VPN connection" default route in place,
and add three static network routes.

Is this possible?
If so, how do you do it?








I followed the directions in your document and it almost worked
Specifically, I tried to get the CMAK method to work

I also followed the directions in this URL

The problem is that if you choose "All Users" in the CMAK profile, when you instal
the connectoid, it doesn't install the correct directory structure and files.
More specifically
C:\documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Network\Connections\Cm\<profile_name>\CMROUTE.DL
etc. does not exist

If you choose "My use only" everything gets installed correctly
C:\documents and Settings\<user>\Application Data\Microsoft\Network\Connections\Cm\<profile_name>\CMROUTE.DL
etc. gets created, but after you connect and it comes time to set the static routes, I get this error in the Connectoid log

[cmdial32] 22:54:44 21 Clear Log Even
[cmdial32] 22:55:01 04 Pre-Connect Event ConnectionType =
[cmdial32] 22:55:01 06 Pre-Tunnel Event UserName = vpnuser Domain = DUNSetting = Callwave Tunnel DeviceName = TunnelAddress = tunnel.callwave.co
[cmdial32] 22:55:02 07 Connect Even
[cmdial32] 22:55:03 08 Custom Action Dll ActionType = Connect Actions Description = to update your routing table ActionPath = C:\Documents and Settings\pjc\Application Data\Microsoft\Network\Connections\Cm\CWCMAK\CMROUTE.DLL ReturnValue = 0x8007000
[cmdial32] 22:55:03 20 On-Error Event ErrorCode = -2147024885 ErrorSource = to update your routing tabl
[cmdial32] 22:55:03 12 Disconnect Event CallingProcess = C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmdial32.dl

So, what's the problem

It seems like every time I try to get anything to work on Windows it "should" be simple, but it never is
I always end up with some obtuse error and have no idea where to proceed

Help please

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