Access AFP, email, Remote Desktop via VPN and local network but NOT web

How can I do this? Right now I can set up all these services where I can access them via VPN only, but not on the local network or via the web. If I want to access them via the local network I have to open up the ports in the firewall, however this opens up access via the web (not requiring VPN) which I do NOT want. How do I remedy this?

How can I do this? Right now I can set up all these services where I can access them via VPN only, but not on the local network or via the web. If I want to access them via the local network I have to open up the ports in the firewall, however this opens up access via the web (not requiring VPN) which I do NOT want. How do I remedy this?

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    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): --- BEGIN INTERFACE LIST ---
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): lo0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): lo0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=::1 netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): lo0 af=2 (AF_INET)  addr=127.0.0.1 netmask=255.0.0.0
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): lo0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::1%lo0 netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): gif0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): stf0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): en0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): en1 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): en1 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::226:bbff:fe00:c3d7%en1
    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): en1 af=2 (AF_INET)  addr=192.168.0.89 netmask=255.255.255.0
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): fw0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): p2p0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): utun0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): utun0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::e1eb:119:5ad9:da9%utun0
    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): utun0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fdce:4b1d:30c:78f8:e1eb:119:5ad9:da9
    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): --- END INTERFACE LIST ---
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): ----- BEGIN ACTIVE CONNECTION -----
    [2014-Mar-27 19:48:56] RDP (0): client version: 8.0.24428
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    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): Protocol state changed to: ProtocolDisconnected(8)
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    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): --- BEGIN INTERFACE LIST ---
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): lo0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): lo0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=::1 netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): lo0 af=2 (AF_INET)  addr=127.0.0.1 netmask=255.0.0.0
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): lo0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::1%lo0 netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): gif0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): stf0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): en0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): en1 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): en1 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::226:bbff:fe00:c3d7%en1
    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): en1 af=2 (AF_INET)  addr=192.168.0.89 netmask=255.255.255.0
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): fw0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): p2p0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): utun0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): utun0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::e1eb:119:5ad9:da9%utun0
    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): utun0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fdce:4b1d:30c:78f8:e1eb:119:5ad9:da9
    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): --- END INTERFACE LIST ---
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): ----- BEGIN ACTIVE CONNECTION -----
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:04] RDP (0): client version: 8.0.24428
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:05] RDP (0): Protocol state changed to: ProtocolConnectingNetwork(1)
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:05] RDP (0): Resolved 'javpeds.com' to '70.88.173.126' using NameResolveMethod_DNS(1)
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:05] RDP (0): Resolved 'javpeds.com' to '70.88.173.126' using NameResolveMethod_DNS(1)
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    500 Internal Server Error
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:07] RDP (0): Exception caught: Exception in file '../../librdp/private/httpendpoint.cpp' at line 209
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    500 Internal Server Error
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    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:07] RDP (0): Protocol state changed to: ProtocolDisconnected(8)
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:07] RDP (0): ------ END ACTIVE CONNECTION ------
    [2014-Mar-27 19:49:15] RDP (0): *** Application terminated ***
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    screen mode id:i:2
    use multimon:i:0
    session bpp:i:24
    full address:s:10.1.10.11
    audiomode:i:2
    username:s:javpeds\ptraquair
    disable wallpaper:i:0
    disable full window drag:i:0
    disable menu anims:i:0
    disable themes:i:0
    alternate shell:s:
    shell working directory:s:
    authentication level:i:2
    connect to console:i:0
    gatewayusagemethod:i:1
    disable cursor setting:i:0
    allow font smoothing:i:1
    allow desktop com"font-family:'SF Cartoonist Hand';font-size:18px;line-height:normal;" />bookmarktype:i:3
    use redirection server name:i:0
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): --- BEGIN INTERFACE LIST ---
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): lo0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): lo0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=::1 netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): lo0 af=2 (AF_INET)  addr=127.0.0.1 netmask=255.0.0.0
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): lo0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::1%lo0 netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): gif0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): stf0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): en0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): en1 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): en1 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::226:bbff:fe00:c3d7%en1
    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): en1 af=2 (AF_INET)  addr=192.168.1.29 netmask=255.255.255.0
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): fw0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): p2p0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): utun0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): utun0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::c852:1a8d:126a:a88a%utun0
    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): utun0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fdce:4b1d:30c:78f8:c852:1a8d:126a:a88a
    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): --- END INTERFACE LIST ---
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:43] RDP (0): ----- BEGIN ACTIVE CONNECTION -----
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    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:44] RDP (0): Protocol state changed to: ProtocolConnectingNetwork(1)
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    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): --- BEGIN INTERFACE LIST ---
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): lo0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): lo0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=::1 netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): lo0 af=2 (AF_INET)  addr=127.0.0.1 netmask=255.0.0.0
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): lo0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::1%lo0 netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): gif0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): stf0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): en0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): en1 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): en1 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::226:bbff:fe00:c3d7%en1
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    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): p2p0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): utun0 af=18  addr= netmask=
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): utun0 af=30 (AF_INET6)  addr=fe80::c852:1a8d:126a:a88a%utun0
    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
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    netmask=ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff::
    [2014-Mar-29 12:03:52] RDP (0): --- END INTERFACE LIST ---
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    allow font smoothing:i:1
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