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I have a Server 2003 sitting behind a router at address, PPTP port is open and I am able to connect remotely via my Windows 7 client. Routing and remote access is installed. I have it set up to give ip range to vpn clients.

However when I connect, I am given IP and I am only able to see my server @ address How can I set it so that my VPN client PC uses the network just as a client sitting on any of my PCs local at the office do? I imagine I need to set as the default gateway but seeing that option.

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You need to configure the RRAS server for LAN routing.

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It worked! Thanks! – muncherelli Feb 5 '11 at 18:28
Glad to help... – joeqwerty Feb 5 '11 at 21:29

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