SBS 2011 VPN ipv4 forwarding

Hi there,
I am working on my server remotely and figuring out a VPN connection issue.
I enabled RRAS and connected on PPTP which was fine but when I RDC in to the server I notice the internet was broken.

By mistake I have unticked Enable IPv4 forwarding in the RRAS networking tab and now I can not reconnect.

Is there another way to get back on the VPN and RDC of the server? IPv6....?

I can not physically get to it to change anything on-site tonight - foolish i know.

Many thanks,
Jack
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SteveCommented:
do you have any other ways of connecting (eg RDP?)

if not you're stuck with going to site to fix this.
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JackHodsonIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
RDP did not work due to a certificate subject mismatch.
Got it sorted by getting the staff to re-enable the setting.
Thanks.
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