What I am saying is from a remote location when I get to connect to the vpn, I am unable to the local network and the server. I am also unable to connect using terminal services.
When the client is connected to VPN, the client routing must be configured to send to the VPN channel the traffic for the VPN only, not all the traffic. This is probably why there is no access to the internet.
In the picture the IP range is 192.168.1.201-255, but the IP address he would like to ping is 192.168.0.5. It seems that the IP is in another subnet as the Protector.
The VPN settings must match the same local network.
After I changed the ip address I was successfully able to log in. So this case can be closed.