Routing and Remote access keeps people from server?

Posted on 2006-03-22
Last Modified: 2010-04-18
I am running windows 2003 small business server.  I enabled routing and remote access and configured it on my server, as soon as it started users could no longer access any shares on the server, and I could not get out to the internet through the server. The service has one network card, and is the DC running DHCP and DNS.  I can not understand what caused the network card to act differently and I would like to know what caused it so I dont do it again when setting up routing and remote access.. Any ideas ?
Question by:focusen

    Author Comment

    No one knows anything about this ?
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    Expert Comment

    actually have 3 outstanding issues with this exact same problem and i cant figure it out......

    just posted to see what other experts have to say

    Author Comment

    so you are having the same issue ? I posted the topic earlier, and no one gave me any answers.. let me know if you find anything out.. I think this is a stumper.

    Author Comment

    I wish someone out there had a clue about this.
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    Accepted Solution

    yeah its a really odd one and there is nothing on the net

    Author Comment

    Enable over communication of Netbious had to be reenabled- also used the SBS wizard to setup instead of manual

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