One is a "secure" VLAN, the other is a "house" VLAN. At some point, a workflow was developed in which a decision was made that sales staff needed to take some of their materials received from clients and place them directly into some equipment in the "secure" VLAN. A previous IT staffer (I'm not IT staff but I was instructed by the Director of Ops to look into this.) took what I believe he thought was the course of least resistance and added a second NIC to the PC and plugged one NIC into each VLAN. This would seem to make the "secure" VLAN a lot less secure.
How are some of you getting around this issue?