SBS 2003 SP2 Configuring Remote Access Policy returned ERROR 80072030

I had a configured SBS 2003 SP2 server working Fine VPN OK. 2 two days ago the VPN stopped working ( auto Updates are off). Daily report stated Remote access service was stopped I checked and it was running. I am unable to start/stop service. The remote access wizard fails rraslog.txt :-
15/05/2009 07:38
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small Business Server\Networking\RRASWiz\wizrras.dll, version 5.2.2893.0
Calling CRRASCommit::CommitEx
Calling CRRASCommit::ValidatePropertyBag
pdispPPPBag->QueryInterface returned OK
PropertyBag 268ea8
Reading property value for enabling Remote Access returned OK
bRemoteAccess = 1
Reading property value for VPN returned OK
bVPN = 1
Reading property value for RAS returned OK
bRAS = 0
Calling CRRASCommit::ValidateVPNProperties
Reading VPN Server Name returned OK
VPN Server Name is MON.local
Calling CRRASCommit::ValidateDHCPProperties
DHCP server is installed on the box
CRRASCommit::ValidateDHCPProperties returned OK
CRRASCommit::ValidateVPNProperties returned OK
CRRASCommit::ValidatePropertyBag returned OK
pdispPPPBag->QueryInterface returned OK
Pointer to the property bag 268ea8
Calling CRRASCommit::CommitRRAS
PropertyBag 268ea8
bRAS 0
bVPN 1
Getting the GUID of the private NIC returned OK
Private NIC Guid is {7196AD3C-A8B0-4B52-BD29-A84A6D0A8F5B}
Checking whether RRAS is already running returned OK
RRAS is not running
Installing RRAS returned OK
Dhcp server is installed and running on this box
Enabling DHCP client addressing returned OK
Configuring ports returned OK
Identifying the private NIC for RAS returned OK
Setting the default authentication methods returned OK
Disabling NETBIOS for RAS returned OK
Changing RRAS startup type to automatic returned OK
*** Configuring Remote Access Policy returned ERROR 80072030
Specifying error location returned OK
*** CRRASCommit::CommitRRAS returned ERROR 80072030
*** Committing RRAS returned ERROR 80072030
*** CRRASCommit::CommitEx returned ERROR 80072030
Any direction would be helpful

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Hello HiltonPark,

did you rename the 'MyBusiness' OU?
if so, rename it back to MyBusiness
the remoteaccess wizard is following a script that expects to find the "MyBusiness" OU
in AD. If you rename that OU, it always fails. Simply name the OUback to "MyBusiness"


HiltonParkAuthor Commented:
Hi Suppsaws

I do not recall making any changes in OU. AD Users and Computers I had checked for this problem. It reads as follows:-

AD Users and Computers

System was Fine up until Tuesday this week andevent log confirmed the remote access service stopped at 11.35.

Bit stumpped on this one
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check ADUC > MyBusiness, it seems it's renamed.
I guess you renamed it into 'Mon'?
HiltonParkAuthor Commented:
Hello Suppsaws,

I see what you mean. Can't recall renaming it so I must be loosing the plot. Having done the rename the remote access wizard now runs without returning the error. Vpn is still down.

Having tried to VPN into the server I get error 721

Any thoughts?

best regards

HiltonParkAuthor Commented:
Hello suppsaws

I followed you link and can confirm the following

RRas is listening on TCO
In the router Netgear DG834G
firewall rules are
GRE TCP port 47 forwarded to SBS W2K3 Wan Nic 192.168.*.*
VPN-PPTP port 1723 forwarded to SBS W2K3 Wan Nic 192.168.*.*

Plus other rules
SMTP port 25 forwarded to SBS W2K3 Wan Nic 192.168.*.*
ServerVPN port 443,4125 forwarded to SBS W2K3 Wan Nic 192.168.*.*

On the router UPNP is enabled do you think there is any mileage in running the internet and email wizard and allowing the the server to configure the router. I have never used this I normally manually config the router. More control this way.

Best regards

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