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I have a windows 2003 with Incomming connections to make a simple VPN to access to our local network computers that was working perfecty.

After a problem with the network card, the card was changed by a new one card and now we can access with the inccoming connections to the server like before the card change but we can't acces to the local LAN.

I tried to remove the references on the Windows registry to the old card but nothing changes.

Also i tried to remove the incomming connections and create it again but the problem is not solve.

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Why not use RRAS instead and configure the RRAS for LAN routing? –  joeqwerty Feb 10 '11 at 13:20
RRAS provides the same problem. and the configuration using only one Lan adapter seems "complex" to work correctly. "Incomming Connections" are a simply way to get VPN access for administration porpouses (This connections are not intended to server the VPN to all users, only for a few administrators) –  Dubas Feb 15 '11 at 10:02
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