troubleshooting Question

MS Server 2003 PC Anywhere Gateway

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I'm using PC Anywhere on clients in a Microsoft Server 2003 LAN. I set up the gateway so that users could get into their desktops from the Internet. The PcAnywhere Gateway software WAS on a client which was not part of MS Server 2003 environment. I'm using a Linksys Router and configured the ports to allow the gateway pc (static IP) to get it's traffic (TCP/UDP Port 5631-5632). All worked nicely. THEN, I made the Gateway PC part of the MS Server 2003 environment. Now the PCAnywhere Remote Clients cannot see the Gateway to get into their computers in the MS Server LAN. I assume the Server is blocking it.
What do I have to do to get this thing working?
(Step by step would help)

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