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I have a SBS 2008. The operating system had to be totally re-installed due to some hardware failure. I  previously had The VPN working. I have not changed anything on the router so it is still set up. Can someone please direct how to set up the VPN part on the server ? I did not set it up before so I'm lost as my cousin had done that for me and I cain't get in touch with him right now. Again I didn't change anything  with the domain settings and I have not changed anything with the Router so I'm thinking all I need to do is set it up again on the server to allow the access. Having never done this I'm cautious and wanting to learn. Any help is much appreciated !
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Yes, this does help some. I get connected to the VPN now. However it says the VPN is connected but it says I have no network access and also my internet says I have no internet access. I have to disconnect the VPN then disable and reenable my network adapter to get internet access again, Suggestions what I need to do now ?
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Its a VPN..you shouldnt...its secured tunnel..once you vpn..all other internet will drop until you disable the vpn...the purpose of the vpn is to isolate any possible security breaches from the internet...therefor..no internt
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tyr it a few times...once you vpn..your device/pc wont connect to the other web pages you had prior to the vpn session..once you disable your vpn..you will be to connect again..
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I am getting a (169.) address which I know is generic instead of a  ( 10.10.10.x) ip address   and even though I am connected to the VPN, it says I have no network access. Where do I fix this ?
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this did help me. Thanks
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