Connecting 2 NIC’s without a bridge

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I have a computer that has two NICs installed in it. The computer is a host pc for a POS system. So the one nic is used to manage my POS systems and its terminals/peripherals. The other NIC is connected to a seperate network (Internet, Network Printer, NAS) with a few other machines, and I call it my office network. What I want to do is to be able to access the the POS network from my from my office network accross the two nics on the same machine WITHOUT using windows bridge. Creating a bridge seems to screw up my POS system but I want to be able to access certain POS features across a network. Im cheating the system using RealVNC but all that does is desktop sharing. So If im on another computer and use realvnc anybody sitting the POS computer cant use it. Defeats what I am trying to do. Anyhelp?

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can you create a static route to the POS network from the other interface as a gateway?

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