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remotely configuring VPN clients for static IP addresses

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How would I remotely reconfigure PCs connecting to a Windows 2003 RRAS via Microsoft VPN from dynamically-assigned IPs to static ones?
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due to the nature of RRAS and VPN as a whole, i don't think you can do it as you have a virtualy connection.....i will be interested if this can be done though
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I've never found a way to do it...

You can try reserving IPs in DHCP via MAC address for the VPN clients...

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