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RAS/VPN routing to reach lan servers

I have a non-domain dual homed  Server 2003 machine with just RAS running on it.  One interface card is on the same subnet as my domain (172.20.x.x) and PPTP clients receive addresses from the static address pool on the RAS (10.20.10.x). The vpn clients connect successfully to the RAS but I can't see any other domain or non-domain machine on my internal network. Do I need some static routes? Where do I start?
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marcustechCommented:
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marcustechCommented:
Which is to say that running the RRAS wizard should be sufficient:
Choosing Virtual Private Network (VPN) access and NAT specifies that computers on the Internet cannot determine the IP addresses of any computer on the private network, yet allows VPN clients to connect to computers on the private network.
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smantzAuthor Commented:
I set it up using VPN and NAT.  It seems odd I would need NAT.  This machine has a dedicated IP address different from our enterprise firewall so all lan traffic goes through it and not the RAS.  I did choose the options and I'm still unable to access the internal lan resources or even ping them (remotely).
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