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Ho do I connect a LAN client to a remote server through MS PPTP VPN

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On my LAN, the W2K3 server has a MS PPTP VPN connection to a remote MS W2K3 server.  The LAN server can ping the remote server and access all services required on it.  LAN server has static internal IP address of 192.168.222.2/24 and 172.16.0.16/32 IP address as issued by the remote server.  I want to be able to connect a different client on the LAN, 192.168.222.3, to the remote server through the VPN that has been established between the two servers.  Is this possible or am I on a hiding to nothing?
Huge thanks in advance
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unless there is some trick to configuring your system's routes, i would choose the latter!
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