troubleshooting Question

Can You VPN in to a DHCP Address?

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Windows Server 2003
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I set up a new PC in my office, and I'm unable to VPN in.
I can however, VPN in to the server and my old workstation.

I went onto the Server and saw that my address (let's say .37) is a leased address.
DCHP <----right?

I'm kinda of a defunk system administrator...and not sure if I can change this remotely or not,
as I won't be in the office tomorrow?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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