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VPN and MS2k Terminal Server don't mix

Posted on 2004-09-23
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In a sleepy haze, I selected “Disable Routing and Remote Access” instead of just “All Tasks > Restart” and ever since then, I’ve had a problem.

The Server is running Terminal Server and now when I start the VPN, Terminal Server is un-ping-able.  When I Stop the VPN process, Terminal Server is available again.

None of the outside networking was changed so I have to believe it’s an internal problem with the server settings.  I’ve modified the In/Out Filters to include UDP Ports 3389, 50 and 51 just in case.

So the question is what have I done wrong?
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Check HKLM\System\CCS\Services\Tcpip\Paramaters\IPEnableRouter

if it is 0, change it to 1.
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Thanks – I’ll try it.

One more bit of additional information – when I remove all the entries in both Inbound and Outbound filters within the VPN settings, both the Terminal Server and the VPN can be up at the same time.
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