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Addtion to the above post - 21.Mar.2004 1:41:00 AM   
willabr

 

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As a test I created a access rule that allowed all protocols from the ISA local host to the internal network.

I still get denied connections on the following

DNS (53), Global Catalog (3268) and some random ports 22744 through 22759,

This traffic is coming from the ISA local host and destination is a server that containes the main domain controller where the Active Directory is located (and DNS)

Any Ideas?
Thanks in advance
Bruce Williams
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RE: Addtion to the above post - 21.Mar.2004 5:20:00 PM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Bruce,

There is definitely something wrong, because there is already a built-in System Policy that allows the DNS queries through. There is a bug in the Beta 2 that breaks some of the firewall to AD access, which has been subsequently fixed. This is what caused so much pain and stress with the VPN client authentication issue in Beta 2.

HTH,
Tom

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