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Dial-In Access with Server 2003

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I want to enable Dial-in connections on Server 2003 so that our employees without ISP's at home can dial in and use our broadband, or to be very simplistic: i want to be our employees free ISP. We have three domain controllers (two in the main office for redundant DNS and one in a location where that location's romaing profiles are stored). There is two subnets, one for the main office and one for the location. The IP addresses are coming from DHCP on netgear firewalls (this seems to work more reliably than Server 2003's DHCP). We all have XP Pro SP2. I have tried setting this up before, and the routing feature did nasty things to the network. I am sure I configured it wrong, so I  guess what I am trying to do is configure it right.
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This guide goes through it in quite a bit of detail - http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/technologies/directory/activedirectory/stepbystep/rrascnfg.mspx

The best thing to do is read through it and ask any questions you have.  It should work relatively painlessly, but I know the first few times you setup RRAS some of the options can be very confusing!

Have you got a few modems or what are the users going to dial-in to?
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