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I have a Windows 2000 server that we want to enable VPN access. When i goto setup routing and remote access, it shows that the services is running but cant configure Routing and Remote Access. If i disable it, it shuts down the services. I have tried to re-enable it and still dont get the Configure routing and remote access, it is greyed out.

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Try to reinstall RRAS (it only one minute)
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