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Cisco PIX will not negotiate RAS analog connection

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I have a Cisco Pix that was configured via Cisco to update a change we had in Public IP address.  The entire is functioning correct except the Windows 2003 Server that has a RAS connection fot telecommunication transfer. Cisco has attmepted to configure, but has escalated issue.

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Is PPTP fixup enabled?
What version PIX OS?
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