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I have clients that connect to a Window Server 2008 R2 box via PPTP. They are able to successfully negotiate a connection and receive a local IP address, but are unable to access any internal network resources, nor access the Internet when connected.

There are no error messages or logged messages indicating a problem.

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Try to use static address pool instead of dhcp assignment (Routing and remote access properties - IPv4 Tab) – manos Jan 22 '14 at 15:47

The problem is most likely that you haven't configured routing properly in RRAS. There is guidance in the documentation at

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Have you enabled "LAN Routing" in the RRAS configuration?

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