Issue. I am able to connect to the VPN from my home computer and am able to login to the D.C. via remote desktop but am unable to connect to any other computer on the network.
Background: Had a power supply go out on old server. Replaced the case and motherboard etc but was able to transfer the hard drives to new mother board and get server back up. Server is a Small Business Server 2000. I was able to connect to the desktops on network prior to server going down. Now I'm not sure what is missing in this puzzle.
Not sure why I would be able to connect to the VPN and then be able to login to the D.C. via remote desktop but not to other desktops. I have verified the RRAS service is started and verified that the desktop setup to allow remote access.
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