VPN Install Error

Sever 2003 Small Business

When I try to setup the VPN on the Small Business Server there is an error which advised me to look in the C:\Program Files.....

The error on the file is below..

13/11/2008 12:20
-- Starting AppLnch.exe --
-- calling DwWaitForShell( 45000 )
- CreateMutex() returned valid and didn't already exist -
CheckPreInstall() - Server-Admin Shortcut already
-- Main() - on the SBS server, did the server-side work, exiting --

Any help would be great.

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Bransby-ITAuthor Commented:
Error Recived Is Below:-

an error occured whilst configuring remote access for the routing and the remote service.
Hi Bran
Check rraslog.txt for more details
Also, Did you renamed .. MyBusiness OU? This problem can happen coz of it

Modify the order of NICs from registry
1. Locate the following registry subkey, where <{GUID}> is the ID of the LAN network card:

NOTE: We can review the "DhcpIPAddress" or "IPAddress" registry entries to
determine the correct GUID for the LAN adapter, and then note the GUID. Make a note
of the external network adapter GUID also.

2. Locate the following registry subkey:

In the "SmallBusinessServer" subkey, make sure that the value of the "LANNIC" entry is the GUID of the LAN adapter that you noted in step 1.

3. Locate the following registry subkey:

4. In the "ICW" subkey, set the value of the "Last_1st_Nic_Guid" entry to the LAN adapter GUID that you noted in step 2, and then set the value of the "Last_2nd_Nic_Guid" entry to the external network adapter GUID that you noted in step 1.
Re-run the Remote Access Wizard

Please let me know..
Bransby-ITAuthor Commented:
orry but I have no idea what your talking about.
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Bransby-ITAuthor Commented:
I have attached the rraslog.txt
Can you have a quick look please.   There is an error at the end of the log file.

Changing RRAS startup type to automatic returned OK
Configuring Remote Access Policy returned OK
*** Starting RRAS service returned ERROR 80070002
Specifying error location returned OK
*** CRRASCommit::CommitRRAS returned ERROR 80070002
*** CRRASCommit::CommitEx returned ERROR 80070002

Bransby-ITAuthor Commented:
I have attached the first part of your answer with a quick screen shoot of the registry.
Bransby-ITAuthor Commented:
OK I checked all the steps and they were correct except the last part.
There was no "Last_2nd_Nic_Guid" in there.

Ok Bran then it should be set it Last_1st_Nic_Guid" entry to the LAN adapter and then set the value of the "Last_2nd_Nic_Guid" entry
This is your problem
Before you change you can also take a backup of the key and then perform steps to resolve your issue
Hiiii .. any update or any other information you require, please let me know
Hope above information helped :)

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