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AD, GPO and RPC Problem from Branch Office

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AD, GPO and RPC Problem from Branch Office - 22.Jul.2011 9:44:29 AM   
klaeger

 

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Hello

We have a ISA 2006 Standard to ISA 2006 Standard Site to Site connection and everything works great but we have some problems with RPC Calls and GPO Accesses

Example:

Win7Pro 64 Bit Client has Domainuser as Administrator - at Homeoffice where the DC's are everything works

At the Branch Office the User has a cryptic Number behind and we have problems with Userrights and it's not possible to change Desktopsettings

I chan choose the User from AD thru browsing but when i click OK the message says RPC Call Failure

gpupdate /force works for user and machine !

AD is Mixed Mode 2003 / 2008 with one Rootdomain and two Clientdomains
the ISA Servers are both located in the Rootdomain

Do i need special Ports for W2K8 in the Site to Site Access Rule ?
All Protocols are open between the Site to Site internal LAN's !


What can i do ?

Thanks for every hint
Daniel

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Thanks, Daniel

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