Windows server VPN - TCP / WINS problem RAS

I have 2 different workstations at 2 different physical locations.
For my question, please see this screenshot:

 Both have a VPN connection to a remote windows server.  The server name is DESTINY.  One computer can ping destiny, the other cannot.   I think (im not sure, though) that the reason is because the faulty computer has a gateway set to itself, while the computer that works has a gateway of

I dont know why they each have different PPP gateways...the server is the same server and they connect to the same IP.   Can someone help?
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ConchCrawlConnect With a Mentor Commented:
it appears that cindyc is pointing to herself as the default gateway which is her ip address.
These vpn connections are being manually configured, and not by dhcp, so how did these get setup, what client are you using? Is this a hardware vpn, hamachi, rras or what?
arthurh88Author Commented:
for both VPN connections, I simply followed the steps in XP and Vista to create a new connection.  As far as I know, they are setup the same.  here is a screenshot of Cindy's TCP/IP properties for the VPN.  I dont know why she is getting herself as a gateway...?
Can I give you a hint to make your life simpler try LogMeIn Hamachi it is easy to setup and you can get it for free if you setup a personal account, we use this a lot for clients. I will in the meantime check your screenshot.
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