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Enable Internet Access for VPN Clients on Win2003

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I have a Windows 2003 Standard Server on which VPN Clients are enabled and can connect. This server has only one network interface to which there are assigned two IP addressed (one public [let's say WAN-IP] and the other private [lets say LAN-IP]

The remote clients now are able to connect to the organizational network from their home and laptops by establishing a VPN connection to the WAN-IP and all organizational resources are available.

I want my VPN server to be a NAT server and allow Internet access to the VPN Users.

PLEASE NOTE: I do NOT WANT enable client side settings such as Split-Tunnelling as describe in:
instead I want that my VPN clients be able to access the Internet the same way that the PCs from the subnet of my VPN servers do (Via NAT and with the source IP of WAN-IP)

Any Help is appreciated,

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