maybe that's been posted already, and I missed it:
My ISA box is connected to internet by ADSL-dial-up I've configured ISA to use a dial-up connection (similar to the setup in Learning Zone) and it works great. Now the question:
did any1 succeed in deleting a Dial-Up Entry from ISA Server? on mine it's alway complaining that 'The active dial-up entry cannot be deleted.' Well, that's something I can understand, but how the hell can I 'deactive' the dial-up entry?
the only way I've found is to remove the related registry key using regedt32 - but I don't think, that's the common way, is it?
------------------ Frank Kryszon MCSE [2k] mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
From: Irvine, CA, USA
I have a similar problem but a different scenario. I was configured DSL with Dynamic IP. So I configured a Dial-up entry for the DSL Connection. Actually I used RASPPPOE (Great little tool) I installed ISA Server and configured that Dial-up. Now I am static IP. The Dial-up entry in Network and Dial-up Connections is gone.
I have no Dial-up entries. Just Two Nics. North and South (Nice suggestion Tom) In ISA Dial-Up Entries it still has my old one. It says it is active. When I go to look at the properties it says that the device doesn't exist. (No Duh!) But there is no option for disabling it or deleting it.
I will probably hook up my modem and configure a new dial-up entry to give it something so I don't get those events anymore in my event log. But I would rather just remove this Dial-up entry from ISA.
FYI: I have no internet connection problems as a result of this, just annoying event errors.
Any suggestions would be helpful. I am taking 70-227 tomorrow. I am not sure if I am ready, but I will know after the exam tomorrow.