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strange NIC behaviour - 25.Mar.2009 4:59:31 AM   


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I installed windows 2003, joined to domain, everything did  remotly  . No problems. Then i installed ISA 2006, then the problems begins.

1.RDP works no more from vpn clients
2. In Event viewer is a lot of errors ( domain is not accesible, group policy error etc.)
3. If i ping from isa server vpn client is every second ping loss

I remove ISa2006, i still could not connect ( RDP) to this machine from vpn.
I changed network card, i still cant  connect to rdp, ping and pingpath still have loss.
Server is Ibm x3550 with ibm drivers.

What to do? Please help!

< Message edited by bacho -- 25.Mar.2009 5:03:46 AM >
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RE: strange NIC behaviour - 27.Mar.2009 9:28:31 AM   


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by default, when you install ISA from a remote computer, ISA asks if you want to add the IP of your workstation to a system policy to allow connect using RDP protocol.

The strangest thing is that you removed ISA and still cannot connect to the server. I would say this issue is not related to ISA.

Check your NIC driver if itīs current. And check your routes.

Paulo Oliveira.

(in reply to bacho)
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