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Outlook no longer works through the vpn

Not sure why but users can no longer connect Outlook to the Exchange 2007 server on our SBS 2008 network.
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critonaAuthor Commented:
Additional info.. I can ping the server thru the vpn by ip address but not by name or FQDN. Need assistance with DNS issue and name resolution i suppose..
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Run the Fix My Network wizard to begin with - it is in the SBS management console.
What is the end point for the VPN? SBS or a router? What has changed? Things don't break unless something has been changed.

Simon.
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critonaAuthor Commented:
I ran fix my network.. Didnt fix anything.. All the correct ports are open...
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Ports isn't an issue if you can connect. It would help if you answered the other questions I asked.

Simon.
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critonaAuthor Commented:
SBS is the endpoint.. We changed providers to comast. Firewall is not in use on the router. ports are forwrded to the server.
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Does anything work over the VPN?
Have you verified that DNS works correctly on the VPN? Resolves to the internal addresses correctly?

Simon.
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