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leslie -> Configuration Error (23.Aug.2006 7:07:08 AM)

Hi,
I very cleverly tried to upgrade our network to isa 2006 trial version and managed to crash everything. After reinstalling, I am facing an error that I have not ever encountered. With Just a few access rules set up I keep getting the following error:
Error Code: 502 Proxy Error. An irrecoverable error was encountered. (11003)
If, however, I make a rule to allow all access from everywhere, people can access the net.
Any suggestions ? Please ?
Thanks a lot




Remy -> RE: Configuration Error (25.Aug.2006 1:01:22 PM)

Hi Leslie,

don't know if this will help but here's a technet article on the error in question. Looks to me like a Config issue. You may need to restore (if possible) or setup from scratch again. Checking the Event Log may provide more of a clue.

Good luck,
Remy

Event ID
11003

Event Message
%1 failed. The failure occurred during %5 because the configuration property %4 of key %3 is not valid. Use the source location %6 to report the failure. For more information about this event, see ISA Server Help. The error code in the Data area of the event properties indicates the cause of the failure. For more information about this event, see ISA Server Help. The error description is: %2.
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Explanation
Service failed to start because the data in the storage is corrupt, due to incorrect configuration of either the registry or Active Directory.
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User Action
If a backup exists, in ISA Management click Servers and Arrays, then right-click Name, and choose Restore. This will restore the configuration, except for server-specific configuration information, such as cache content. If this does not solve the problem, uninstall ISA Server from the Control Panel. You will lose all the configuration parameters and will have to reinstall. Reinstalling a new copy of ISA Server without uninstalling the previous copy will not solve the problem.




tshinder -> RE: Configuration Error (25.Aug.2006 5:28:08 PM)

Hi Leslie,

How did you perform the upgrade? Did you first uninstall 2004 and then install 2006?

Thanks!
Tom




leslie -> RE: Configuration Error (26.Aug.2006 6:14:55 AM)

Hi Tom and Remy,
Thanks for replying and the help.
I did uninstall 2004 and followed all the instructions from MS. I have solved the problem(I Think). I had to download  a script from MS and run it which enabled authentication again. Seems that all is well again. I still cant really understand what happened and I am not to please with MS (for once) for incorporating vague technicalities.




tshinder -> RE: Configuration Error (26.Aug.2006 3:18:02 PM)

Hi Leslie,

Good to hear that you got it working! But what kind of script got the authentication working?

Thanks!
Tom




leslie -> RE: Configuration Error (27.Aug.2006 5:05:22 AM)

Hi Tom,
The script I used is pasted below.  Like I said , though, I still dont understand what happened.

'Define the constants needed
Const fpcInternalNetwork = 4
Main(WScript.Arguments)
Sub Main(args)
   Dim reqValue    ' A string
   Dim newValue    ' A Boolean
  
   If(1 <> args.Count) Then
       Usage()
   End If
   reqValue = UCase(args(0))
   If (reqValue = "TRUE" Or reqValue = "FALSE") Then
       If reqValue = "TRUE" Then
           newValue = True
       Else
           newValue = False
       End If
       SetNetworkReturnAuthReq newValue
   Else
       Usage()
   End If
End Sub
Sub SetNetworkReturnAuthReq(newValue)
   ' Declare the objects needed.
   Dim root          ' The FPCLib.FPC root object
   Dim isaArray      ' An FPCArray object
   Dim networks      ' An FPCNetworks collection
   Dim network       ' An FPCNetwork object
   Dim currentValue  ' A Boolean
   ' Create the root object.
   Set root = CreateObject("FPC.Root")
   ' Get references to the array object
   ' and the networks collection.
   Set isaArray = root.GetContainingArray()
   Set networks = isaArray.NetworkConfiguration.Networks
   ' Find the Internal network and set the property
   ' for it.
   For Each network In networks
       If network.NetworkType = fpcInternalNetwork Then
           currentValue = network.WebListenerProperties.ReturnAuthRequiredIfAuthUserDenied
           WScript.Echo "Current value: " & currentValue
           If newValue <> currentValue Then
               network.WebListenerProperties.ReturnAuthRequiredIfAuthUserDenied = newValue
               WScript.Echo "New value: " _
                   & network.WebListenerProperties.ReturnAuthRequiredIfAuthUserDenied
               network.Save
               WScript.Echo "Done!"
           End If
       End If
   Next
End Sub
Sub Usage()
   WScript.Echo "Usage:" & VbCrLf _
       & "  " & WScript.ScriptName & " {True | False}"
   WScript.Quit
End Sub




tshinder -> RE: Configuration Error (27.Aug.2006 4:59:31 PM)

Hi Leslie,

OK, good. Did you get that from PSS?

Thanks!
Tom




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