This hasn't been quite right from the beginning. After installing SBS 2003 R2 Initially I didn't use the wizard to setup connectivity but used NAT in Routing and Remote access to configure the 2 Nics on board. 1 Nic is for the internal lan ip range 192.168.10.0 the other connects to the shared building lan which the router sits on. This has a 192.168.1.0 range. Now the only way I can get into the wizard is to use the 'change server ip address' wizard. I choose the same ip address and once this is complete the Internet connection wizard works. However it says it can't configure the network (a red cross appears next to it on the list) BUT everything appears to work fine after I close the wizard. All clients receive ip's from the server and can surf the internet. If I try to open the internet connection wizard again though I get the error 'the wizard cannot set the scope options......'