2003 server - VPN Server Question


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I setup the VPN server on my 2003 server. I'm able to connect remotely with
128- bit PPTP. I'm able to make successful connections, but I'm only able to
ping the two IP addresses on the server. I would like to be able to run
Remote Desktop applications on my XP clients, but I cannot ping their
addresses. Any thoughts on how to allow traffic to my XP clients?
 
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Robert L [MS-MVP]

have you enable the ip routing? quoted form http://www.ChicagoTech.net

Unable to browse the remote LAN resources

1. Incorrect routing table.
2. The user name in the credentials of the calling router doesn't match the
name on the answering router.
3. Packet filters on the remote access policy profile are preventing the
flow of IP traffic.
4. Name resolution issues.


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