VPN client can't connect

I have configured a VPN server on my Win 2003 server. I use a static IP pool of 2 addresses.  When I try to connect the client,  I get error 735 " the requested address was rejected by the server. On the server in the system event log I get;
The user xxxx/xxxx connected to port VPN5-127 has been disconnected because no network protocols were successfully negotiated. Event ID is 20050.

I've checked and recheked the IP addresses.
lantervjAsked:
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POINTGREENCommented:
Delete the current VPN connection setup.  Find WAN adapters located in device manager>network adapters.  Delete the WAN adapters, reboot and reconfigure the VPN connection.  
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lantervjAuthor Commented:
I only see one ethernet adapter. No WAN adapters.
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POINTGREENCommented:
From Network connections:  Right Click the VPN Connection icon>properties>Networking Tab>Type of VPN> is this set to automatic?  Change to PPTP VPN, does that help?
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lantervjAuthor Commented:
I tried all those options. No go.  I'm reconfiguring the VPN server now.
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POINTGREENCommented:
If the vpn works from another computer, why would it be the server?
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POINTGREENCommented:
maybe you are running out of IP addresses?
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lantervjAuthor Commented:
It appears to have been the multilink protocol. I unchecked it and all is well
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lantervjAuthor Commented:
never really hit on the solution.
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