We need a VPN for our office so people can connect and access files, etc. Currently we have a Netgear router with VPN capability but Netgear's ProShare VPN client (as far as I can tell) doesn't support Win7.
So instead I suggested we use our Win SBS 2K8 server that already provides remote desktop access (Terminal Services Gateway) to also be a VPN end point using Routing and Remote Access. My manager said he previously tried setting that up and it seriously mucked up the network; desktops lost connectivity, couldn't access shared files, etc. He believes that the SBS server can't be the RRAS at the same time our Netgear router is the main router and gateway for our subnet. This doesn't really make sense to me and I'm guessing there was some other problem in the setup (DHCP, DNS, default routes, etc) that was causing the problem.
Can we have our SBS server be a VPN endpoint while also using the Netgear router as our public gateway, firewall and router for our subnet?