We currently have to use proprietary VPN software to connect through to one of our clients and due to the fact that it's legacy software they're not willing to create extra user accounts to allow us to connect more than one user at a time.
This is an issue given the number of projects we do for the client as well as scheduling in the long-term.
- The VPN software requires Windows XP to run
- Once connected, the VPN blocks all access to the internet and any local networks. It seems to be direct into the VPN.
- We'd like to have multiple instances where a developer [A] can just patch into a VPN connection whilst another developer [B] is still working, without seeing the connected developers [B] work-in-progress.
Is it possible to have multiple users work through a single (proprietary) VPN connection without them treading on each others feet?