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Configuring Windows VPN through Juniper SSG-5 firewall

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Ok, here's what I have going on.

I'm a Juniper noob and was hoping someone here could show me the error of my ways.  Here is my situation:

I have a Juniper SSG-5 firewall with one static IP going through interface 0/0.  I need to open up the Windows VPN port (1723) to IP 192.168.3.10 in my network. What I did so far was go to that interface and to VIP and created a new virtual port (1723) and created a service pointing to 1723 and the server IP is the address of the windows server which is the vpn server.

Then I went to polices and created a policy from Untrust to Trust ; Source - Any ; Destination - VIP (0/0) ; and the services are PPTP and GRE.  

I ran a port check and the port is accessible from the internet but my VPN won't connect.  Am I missing anything?
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What you did is right; have a look at article below and configure and advice on results:
http://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB5471

Thank you.
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As you can see from the link provided above, GRE is not forwarded with your config - and that is the issue. Hence the article recommends to create a custom service containing both the PPTP and GRE definition, and use that as VIP service.
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i figured it out
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i figured it out
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