Remote Access Windows VPN to Server 2008R2 No network access

We have a Server 2008R2 box which is a single server environment. Its a DC and routing & remote access server. I setup vpn access a while ago and everything was working fine. I restarted the remote access service a while ago to see if it was causing interference with another service the server is doing. Ever since that restart of the routing and remote access service the VPN will connect but we are unable to access any resources over the VPN.

I've checked the routing table and there is an entry for the VPN subnet and have also tried ticking and unticking use remote default gateway. The VPN connection gets a client ip as well.

This is a single interface setup using dial in and NAT.

Any help would be really appreciated.
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YorkDataConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
I should have tried this before now but uninstalling and reinstalling the routing and remote access role fixed this.

Thanks for your help.
1. Uninstall your Cisco VPN Client.
2. Download and Install the file WinFix 
3. Reboot the computer.
4. Install the DNE Update for 32-bit for 64-bit
5. Install your Cisco VPN Client

6. Restart Computer
YorkDataAuthor Commented:
Sorry we are using routing and remote access on the Windows Server and the Windows VPN client. theres no Cisco equipment / software involved.

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YorkDataAuthor Commented:
I've checked the settings, it was set to LAN and demand dial routing but when I have changed it we are still unable to access any equipment on the remote network.

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