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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 1.Dec.2009 11:08:20 AM   
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I have not, i guess i hoped they may monitor here but that may be too much to hope for.

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 1.Dec.2009 2:05:26 PM   
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After changing over to a static pool, all looks good. And I also think the bug is a bit different that I first thought. If you try to add a static pool in the internal range, you will get an error. And I see the reason why. The VPN clients is supposed to be on a different network, to be able to seperate them from the internal and limit the traffic. I made a static pool of addresses outside the internal range, all works as it should. So from the error message MS shows on the static pool, I think they also need a message telling about the "error" when you choose a interface that is in the internal range

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 3.Dec.2009 9:54:03 AM   
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OK, let's define the problem:

When you use DHCP to assign IP addresses to VPN clients, the TMG firewall assigns wpad clients a random assortment of addresses to connect to the firewall to obtain autodiscovery information?

When you use static IP addresses, the internal IP address of the firewall is always used to point to the autodisocvery listener?

Thanks!
Tom

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 3.Dec.2009 10:17:51 AM   
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Yes, that summarizes the problem. The random address is the DHCP address assigned to the RRAS server adapter.

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 4.Dec.2009 9:07:39 AM   
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OK, great.
Let's see if we can get MS to look at this.

Thanks!
Tom

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 7.Dec.2009 6:25:03 PM   
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It looks like this is a potential problem and MS is looking into it.

Thanks!

Tom

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 8.Dec.2009 5:10:40 AM   
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Hey guys,

I am actually facing the same issue.

I have VPN clients (SSTP) WPAD used and according to network trace the clients require the wpad form the IP of the RAS interface insteads of the internal interace.
It is working fine for vpn clients but not for internal servers in the internal network.

The clients have the same range as the internal network and get their IPs from the internal DHCP.

Hope MS can clarify this ^^

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 17.Dec.2009 8:09:59 AM   
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Yes -- they're investigating.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 19.Jan.2010 7:37:08 AM   
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Any resolution as of yet? It's been a month.

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 25.Feb.2010 4:15:34 PM   
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Hello Everybody, I have got the same problem. With ISA 2006 no problems, but today I upgraded to ISA 2010 TMG and now the auto discover for my internal clients does not work anymore. The wpad scipt that the TMG server provides to my clients contains the last assigned RAS address from my DHCP server in the "New Node" value. So the client does connect to the ISA's ras adress pool instead of the ISA internal LAN ip-address.

What am I doing wrong? Microsoft please help!

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 8.Apr.2010 2:49:29 AM   
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Any news?

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 2.Jun.2010 5:55:30 AM   
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Still no fix for this bug?

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 21.Jul.2010 3:58:20 PM   
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Hope that'll help someone who didn't find the fix. There is a known workaround with this script: http://isatools.org/tools/carpnamesystem.js

cscript carpnamesystem.js /set:DNS

It sets proxy address in the wpad.dat to FQDN instead of IP (which in our case is a RRAS one)

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RE: "Automatically Detect Settings" in IE doe... - 6.Aug.2011 3:07:15 AM   
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Can't believe this still hasn't been addressed!

< Message edited by dmutsaers -- 15.Sep.2011 6:25:07 AM >

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