RRAS VPN Clients cannot access anything on the network. (NPS may be blocking)

So I have had a RRAS set up for sometime now. It's been working for about 5 months.

The RRAS and NPS are sitting on a DC that does DHCP. (DC is running 2008 R2)

On the clients, I added a task that adds routing for the local subnets of 10.10.10.0 and 172.28.16.0 (our local LANs)

It was working fine yesterday, and I haven't made any changes but suddenly today remote people couldn't access anything
on the network (although they can connect to the RRAS VPN just fine).

I tested it on my own laptop with the same results.

I'm guessing it has something to do with NPS/NAP, but it's set to grant access and as I said, it was working yesterday.

Any help would be appreciated.

I have uploaded the export of my NPS configuration.

I am also going to restart the server tonight to see if that helps.
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jasonelathamAuthor Commented:
So, turns out rebooting the server actually did the trick. Very strange that it just stopped working. I'm looking through the logs to see if I can find anything, but so far...I don't see anything relevant.
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